Monday, November 21, 2011

Kaveri Love Guru - Plump Vs Thin

Dear Love Guru,
I’m a little on the plump side and my husband keeps telling me to lose weight. I have been trying but it’s getting harder with him insisting every day. What should I do?
Completely ,
Miss Piggy

Dear Miss Piggy,
Oho! Is your husband George Clooney? If he isn’t then he has no right to tell you how to look. Tell him to get to the People’s magazine of Sexiest Men and then you’ll really be on that diet. Men really need a long, hard look at themselves. WE give them too much importance and put them on a pedestal in every sphere of our lives. If we stop asking for opinions and ignoring their advice, they might treat us better. Tell him a few of his flaws. Actually, tell him ALL his flaws. Then tell him you’re with him despite all of them. If he still insists, tell him you won’t have sex until you finally get a word of praise in for how you look and who you are. Be confident. Men flock to women who are self-assured and have self-respect, with all their flaws. Oprah used to weigh 250 pounds and she was the most powerful women having topped the Forbes list many times! Never let your self-esteem suffer for the sake of a man. In the meantime, go for a walk every day for half an hour. It will clear your head and do wonders for your body too!


JANU said...


Grem Ivana said...

:) +1

Hemant said...

lol..No wonder she is the "guru" !!
However, the bright side, of your better half being the critic, is at least you know it's always constructive! ;) ...
so the comments on body statistics coming from husband wouldn't be that terrible per se, :-)

Richa... said...

Superb!! loved it!

Naina Gupta said...

Hi Madhuri,

I have come back to read your blog after many weeks and you have not disappointed. I love your posts, you are a fantastic writer.

Snehaa said...

Just awesome, marvellous.
Self respecting and a good read like this solves such complicated depressing problems of us women!!
Love it.


Madhuri Banerjee said...

Thanks so much guys.
And do write in with comments, problems, views and opinions. Love them all. Interaction always makes us aware and better people :)

A Kumar said...

Haha. But I wonder if Miss Piggy has actually become Guddi Maruti II. In that case, her husband's concern is justified.

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