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A Song And A Dance Is the Answer to Bad Indian Marriages? Why?

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Bad Indian Marriages: A viral video on Twitter showed a husband singing a song to convince his wife against a report against him in a police station in Jhansi.

According to reports, the man was trying to convince his wife against filing a report against him. Is that what it takes? A song and a dance to get back to difficult, bad marriages? Why?

Doesn’t this remind us of the many times men emotionally manipulate women against taking a step against them? Maybe it’s because men deem women to be overly emotional creatures who can be easily influenced?

The video was first shared by Delhi Police Public Relations Officer named Madhur Verma who wrote in the caption, “Love triumphs”. But does it?

We all know a toxic couple in our lives who refuse to end things because one of them always comes up with a corny idea to keep the other one from going away.

There is a reason that so many women in India refuse to end their bad marriages. Even though not all husbands start singing during counselling sessions at a police station, but societal pressure is enough to stop them from taking a step for themselves.

Bad marriages can have serious issues such as domestic violence, adultery and even marital rape. In spite of the challenges, women are made to go through such relationships for the sake of not getting shamed in society.

Often people argue that they are choosing to stay married for their children but they do not realise the consequences of making children live in a dysfunctional household. People who have grown up in such families can agree that when you haven’t seen love and affection through your childhood, your adulthood is mostly about making yourself believe in the idea of it.

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