Tips to achieve relationship goals by Roopali Kadam
At last, this series is coming to an end. There has been an immense response from all of you. And I am so thankful to all my readers to take out time and read my posts. Also to the guests on my blog who showed their interest in this relationship series, shared their personal experiences and believed in me. Today, I have a new guest on my blog whom I came to know during My Friend Alexa campaign in September. Now, let’s get started and know her better.
Introduce yourself in
a few lines. What is your relationship status?
Hi Friends, I’m grateful to Geethica Mehra for giving this opportunity to get featured on her wonderful website. Thank you, Geethica. I am Roopali Kadam, a mommy behind Hellomomy. I am software developer by profession and mommy blogger by passion. I started blogging before 5 years to share my journey of motherhood and information about parenting.
Do you have kids?
I am a mom of two naughty angels and they are my life.
There’s always a change in the definition of love at every stage of life. What change did you feel after your kid/kids was/were born?
Definitely, there are changes in our lives. After becoming parents, we have become more responsible, calm, patient and loving. Our kids have made the bond between us
Do you live in a joint family? If yes, do they help in building a
strong relationship between the two of you? If no, do you miss their presence?
We live away from the family because of my husband’s work. But I miss our family back home. Their presence would have helped us in many ways.
Kids make their parent’s bond stronger. But at times, parents argue because of them only because their teachings differ. What is your safe mantra in such a situation? Explain with an example if possible.
We are different individuals and we have a difference of opinion about our kid’s upbringing many times. My husband wants my daughter to concentrate more on swimming and I am more worried about her studies. So here we have arguments about her career in future. It’s difficult, but I try to keep
Respect for your partner is the most important aspect of a successful relationship. Still, at some point in an argument, your ego comes in between and things become worse. How do you tackle such a situation and make your life peaceful once again?
We have opinion differences on various matters, But I take back step when I feel the situation is going out of control. And vice versa as well. We feel our relationship is more important than any argument /fight. Probably we have handled all difficult situation
Everyone loves surprises. There’s always an excitement involved. But when you are together for over a decade, you know him/her inside out. How do you still manage to surprise your partner?
Aha, this is something which is my niche. I make sure to plan loads of surprises for Pradeep. Not only special occasions
From your experience of married life with kids, please share some motivating tips to make your relationship successful? What is your ultimate goal in a relationship?
We both have a good sense of humour, and it helped us making laugh each other. Giving space to each other is important to have a successful marriage, and we always make sure to do that. These simple tips have helped us to grow together cheerfully.
Thank you Roopali to be on board. I am really impressed by your vision of maintaining a successful relationship. I am sure my readers would have also enjoyed reading.