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dollmommy has contributed to 175 out of 1,757 total posts (9.96% of total).
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Re: Building a relationship with an Indian Mother-in-Law 2/13/2006 11:12:57 AM   (Total replies: 0)
Also, sometimes the problem is just with the MIL as a person. Sometimes it has nothing to do with cross cultural issues as much as some women don't like "giving up" their sons. It is really a blessing to have a solid relationship with MIL. makes life very easy. Good luck for the future.

Re: Building a relationship with an Indian Mother-in-Law 2/24/2006 2:08:36 PM   (Total replies: 1)
April, not only I wish to offer you my prayers for your future happiness but wanted to add my insight from the perspective of someone who has been happily married for almost 25 years. Although your situation adds the issues involving a cross cultural marriage, you will still face the same problems facing all young couples getting married nowadays. Learning to live together, finances, children, extended families---all these factors cause stresses that break down marriages. In the US, the divorce ...

Re: Building a relationship with an Indian Mother-in-Law 2/28/2006 9:28:48 AM   (Total replies: 2)
Wow. This is a big development. Is Satya the type of person who wants to achieve the best grades all the time. This can cause a lot of fuss if his GPA went down. Is this his final semester of school? He may not want to do poorly in school and give his parents a reason to dislike you (She made him lose his focus on his education). I certainly understand that you want to be with your daughter when the baby comes. And I think Satya has a lot of wisdom in his statement that he does not want to ...

Re: Building a relationship with an Indian Mother-in-Law 3/10/2006 9:11:29 AM   (Total replies: 0)
:-D I love happy endings......

Re: was Henna - now Hair Growth/Conditioning 3/2/2006 9:31:40 AM   (Total replies: 1)
April- I am glad you posted info about the differences in oil essence and fragrance and the color of the bottles (and the type of bottle). For rookies, this is important info. Thank you.

Re: Henna 1/11/2006 8:56:40 PM   (Total replies: 1)
I have a new question on henna. Does it cover gray? I have some gray strands and don't really want o dye my hair due to damage issues. Does henna cover gray? Thanks.

Re: Henna 1/12/2006 7:04:05 AM   (Total replies: 2)
Thanks for the tips. I really don't like chemical beauty products and will follow your advice. I started using bare minerals make up recently (you order it from the site) and I am really impressed with it. There are no chemicals in there to harm your skin. I was never a big makeup wearing bu as I am getting older, I could use a little coverage to even out my skin tone. This does the trip without looking like you are "made up". Dee

Re: Henna 1/17/2006 4:30:20 PM   (Total replies: 1)
I heard mention of tea and coffee water. Is there a specific ratio to make this type of water (i.e.-1 part tea to 2 parts water?) Don't want to make a boo-boo! Dee

Re: Henna 1/20/2006 8:19:09 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Thanks April, This helped greatly as I have fine, shoulder length, brown hair. The measures yougave me sound accurate for my hair. I don't have a lot of gray but if this works, I would keep it up. I don't want to use chemical hair dye as it causes breakage and other problems. Thanks for your help!

Re: was Henna - now Hair Growth/Conditioning 1/27/2006 8:34:41 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Interesting--will try. Thank you.

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