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On jealousy and possesiveness in a relationship. Your questions answered!

Off late, I have been crazily sketching/painting. I am into this thing called 'Illustrated Art journalling'. In case you don't know what that is, you can go HERE .
There's a detailed explanation there.

I like to put the date and time in all my sketches as it's a record of my day, what I did, what I saw, where I was at that point in time, and how I was feeling.

Here are two pictures that I did today.


Meanwhile , a video where i went live on Facebook, has got 1.2 million views, 16000 likes and more than 1800 shares on Facebook. I do something called Thoughtful Thursdays, where I interact with my readers live.
For those of you who are not on Facebook or who missed it, I  thought I would upload it on youtube as well. I have just done that and I sharing it here.





I have answered a lot of questions on jealousy and possessiveness in relationships, that people asked me, when I was live. I have also read out bits of my new book, It's All In The Planets. So you can listen to that as well. The whole video is about 22 minutes.

Do watch it and  let me know what you think?
Love
Preeti
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Comments

  1. Lovely sketches. Water bottle is my favourite. I love watercolour paintings. Painted after a long time. I found it okay (posted on my blog) as am bad and was expecting a disaster. :)

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  2. I really liked all your sketches... 😊

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  3. Very well explained mam . I feel jealousy rises also due to low self confidence. So better we first love ourselves and work on self improvement and self confidence.:)

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  4. Video is too gud...have read both of ur books..why do we love way we do..many suggestions to build and maintain healthy relationship..it's all in planets...beautiful story depicts jealousy,possessiveness as well...wud suggest everyone to read story...waiting for ur next book preeti

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  5. Really lovely sketches Preeti. It is always nice to see the creativity oozing out from each sketch. I was a part of Thoughtful Thursdays last week when you were talking about Jealousy and Possessiveness in relationships. I feel that both of these traits are like parasites which hamper the relationship. We should be careful not to let it get out of hand and if its present, then to find a way to get rid of it without too much of disagreement between the two partners.

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  7. I loved this water bottle sketch. Also, the video is amazing! I watched it for whole 22mins. It is worth watching. Congrats for this much likes and shares.
    do visit my blog
    lifeisyourpreciousgift.blogspot.in

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