From the The Handbook of Systemic Family Therapy, Systemic Family Therapy and Global Health Issues. Read the chapter on Google Books.
From Nanda, S. (2018). Love and Marriage, Cultural Diversity in a Changing World Read the chapter on Google Books.
The Seminary Co-op | March 11, 2018
A selected bibliography from The Heart is a Shifting Sea, a penetrating look into three modern-day Mumbai marriages. Read the full list from The Seminary Co-op.
U.S. News | February 15, 2017
At a Red Cross center in Berlin, refugees describe the nightmares that have become normal. Read the full article from U.S. News.
New York Times | February 2, 2015
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The Indian Express | July 23, 2011
Indian women are the most stressed in the world, says a Nielsen survey. They de-stress by splurging on themselves, and remain optimistic about the future. What explains the dichotomy? Read the full piece from The Indian Times.
The Hindu | May 15, 2010
U.S.-based psychologist Shaifali Sandhya discusses the startling conclusion - the great Indian marriage is burning - emerged from her study of the shifting paradigm of marriage in India. Read the full article on The Hindu.
Outlook | December 14, 2009
A professional and highly-readable beginning, which will hopefully inspire other scholars to follow suit. Read the full review from Outlook.
The Times of India | November 22, 2009
Dr Shaifali Sandhya says the "Indian marriage is burning" and around 80-85% divorces are initiated by women. About one-third of her respondents - aged between 22 and 55 and married for any where between one and 36 years - said they were unhappy with their sex lives. Read the full article on The Times of India.
The Telegraph | October 25, 2009
A chance encounter with a woman who sat next to her on a plane set Shaifali Sandhya out on a journey of looking at Indian marriages. Read the full article from The Telegraph.