Twinkle Khanna Educates On Scheduled Sex And Relationship Advice
Twinkle Khanna keeps donning the ‘Baba Twinkdev’ hat from time to time on her website in which she gives relationship advice to people who are facing issues in their relationship or married life.
The actor turned author recently took to her Instagram and posted, “So, what’s been bugging you lately? Is it a problem with your crush, career, or just life feeling like a wet towel left on your side of the bed. Whatever it is, our guru of gyaan can offer you cosmic wisdom, along with a barrel of belly laughs, and a smattering of tough love.”
Selecting queries from the responses she received, Twinkle Khanna chose to reply to two questions – First one was about a woman who was struggling in a long-term relationship, and the other was about a woman who had just found her soulmate, but was conflicted about proceeding with the person because of an enticing job offer.
Twinkle Khanna responded to the lady who feels her husband has become ‘cold and closed off’ after she gave birth to her first child. She says, “Begin by talking to your partner. This discussion with goals and targets should have the emotional resonance of discussing the performance evaluation of an employee… Set up dates. To go for a drink, meet friends, catch a movie… And the most important bit, block time for yourself…”
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Twinkle Khanna Educates On ‘Scheduled Sex’ And Gives Relationship AdviceShe added, “I would advocate fixing a time to talk about your grievances, perhaps twice a month. Sometimes, this may stop disagreements that arise from just being tired or sleepless. Not the big conflicts, just the irritants triggered by chafing against each other every day… I would even go as far as to say schedule sex into your calendars. This way, the bone-deep weariness that is part of raising a toddler has a lesser chance of denting intimacy.”
Twinkle Khanna keeps engaging with her viewers on her website by becoming the expert ‘Baba Twinkdev.’ But what do you think about her advice? Tell us in the comments below: