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Author Name: Vijay Nagaswami

Vijay Nagaswami is a Chennai-based psychiatrist and has worked closely with relationships for over twenty- five years. Innumerable couples from all over the country have benefitted from his marital intervention and his writing. He has written three books, including the bestselling The 24x7 Marriage and The Fifty- Marriage, these two as part of a series called ‘The New Indian Marriage’. 3’s a Crowd, the third in this series, deals with infidelity and how to survive it.
He also writes a column for The Hindu called ‘The Shrinking Universe’ and is featured in other national and regional publications too. He regularly conducts workshops for couples and corporates on relationship management.
He draws inspiration for his work from Usha, his wife, and their twenty-two-year-old marriage.
He can be contacted at vijay.nagaswami@gmail.com
publications too. He regularly conducts workshops for couples and corporates on relationship management.
He draws inspiration for his work from Usha, his wife, and their twenty-two-year-old marriage.
He can be contacted at vijay.nagaswami@gmail.com

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3's a Crowd
 -by Vijay Nagaswami

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The 24 x 7 Marriage
 -by Vijay Nagaswami

Why would an age-old institution require new treatment? Because, says Dr Vijay Nagaswami, it is a fact of modern life that peop... Read More

   
The Fifty-50 Marriage, A Return to Intimacy
 -by Vijay Nagaswami

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