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How To Break The Silent Treatment in Marriage?

More or less every relationship witnesses silent treatments, when there is an argument between couples, some of them need silence to cool down their anger and to bring back their emotional balance.
However, if the silent treatment stays for more than 2-3 days or week or month, then there is a serious concern, says marriage counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo. She says when a partner stops talking as a means to get back at the other person, or manipulate them, it can not only prolong problems but destroys the respect the couple has for each other. How can this be prevented from happening?
First, it's important to understand that the silent treatment isn't actually a treatment. Rather discussing the problem, to know and understand how you have felt bad or how your partner gets hurt is much more important to strengthen the relationship.
Whenever you have an argument, try to think of “we” instead of “me”. Think of your spouse as an ally. They should never be considered an enemy. You will…

Creating Positive Change in Your Life with Simple Steps

Positivity can blossom every aspect of your life, it acts as a silent worker that gradually uplifts your emotional, spiritual and physical well-being.  Positivity means to perceive every situation (including adverse) in life as a learning experience and not letting yourself get defeated by bad times and limitations.
Bringing positivity in your life is a conscious choice, but sometimes it’s hard to know where to begin. Many people want to grow and improve but don’t always have a specific goal in mind. Psychologist Shivani Misri Sadhoo, say that’s no problem; just having the intention of seeking positive change can help propel you forward. Here are some steps to get you started on the road to positive change.
Start the day with a positive mindset. 
When you get up from your bed, make it a habit to tell yourself in mirror that, “whatever the day brings to me, I will face every situation with a positive frame of mind. It is very much possible that all events, throughout day may or may not go…

Smartphone & Teenage Problems

Just about anyone can observe that teenagers have become essentially inseparable from devices like smartphones and tablets, but do you know how bad could be the mobile devices for the teenagers?
In 2015 study was conducted by the University of Basel reported that when smartphone usage is extended, especially during the night ,teenagers are associated with an increased risk of sleep problems, depressive symptoms, and their academic performance gets severely affected. Besides neurological effects, smartphone also affects teenagers and leads to poor concentration level, getting victims of social media, bully etc . So the question is how parents can save their teenagers from the bad effects of  mobile devices.? Psychologist and counselor Shivani Misri Sadhoo suggest the following parenting tips on this:
1.Prior talking to your son/daughter give yourself time to understand what smartphones, social media, and social  chat mean for your teen’s generation.  Understand teenage is the time where ad…

How to Make People Like You?

Everyone wants to get liked by others, be it your partner, kids, parents, colleagues, friends, clients, boss and so on. Similarly, it get’s painful and disturbing when we are being misunderstood by others. Today Psychologist and Relationship Counselor Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares some important tips on how to make people like you: 1. Remember nobody likes the company of an eccentric person:a person who is always occupied in his/ her own world and primarily talks only about themselves . People will appreciate you more if you become genuinely interested and concerned about others. 2. Never forget the power of a smile, everyone like to meet and talk to the person who never forgets to give them a genuine smile. 3.Remember that a person's name is to that person the sweetest and most important sound in any language. Hence, try to make a habit to remember names if want to make a positive impression on people. 4.Be a good listener and encourage others to talk about themselves. Active Listening…

Tips to Keep Your Mind Sharp and to Stay Mentally Active

Everyone loves to possess a sharp mind as it’s one of the important keys in life to unlock success. But do you know a sharp mind is not limited to people’s birth quality? every human being has the capability to improve their mind’s sharpness. Today Psychologist Shivani Misri Sadhoo will share some excellent tips to keep your mind sharp at any age:
Never Miss a Good Night’s Sleep The first thing one should be careful to develop and maintain a sharp mind is to take the adequate daily sleep. Making sure you are getting enough sleep is crucial to keeping your mind in top shape. Sleep deficiency destroys brain cells and leaves you sluggish and forgetful. Lack of sleep also affects mood, motivation, judgment, and our perception of events. So be sure to get those seven to nine hours of sleep every night.
Daily drink Lot of Water A well-hydrated body, not only keeps your overall metabolism active and efficiently working but it also mental energy. Lack of adequate body water also cause sluggish…