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How to manage a wonderful relationship with your in-laws?

Do you have a mother-in-law who never misses a chance to criticize your work, attitude or actions and never addresses your positive side? Or got a father-in-law who’s a know-it-all and always put his views between your partner and kids? It’s often seen that many marriages suffer drastically due to in-laws interferences and partners reach stages of depression or even separation and that’s not all. Poor relationship with in-laws affects the life of the parents and kids who miss their grandparents. Today Marriage Counselor and Relationship Expert suggests some important tips for maintaining a good relationship with in-laws.
Avoid sharing your marital problems with your parents. 
A lot of partners make this mistake to discuss the marital issues with their parents, especially in their early phase of their marriage. Avoid that, unless you have an exploitive partner and you feel insecure or feel no motivation to live with. In such a case, its good to let your folks know who you think won't…

How to Come Out if You Feel Stuck in Life?

A lot of time people get psychologically or emotionally stuck in their lives or suffer from the feeling that they are not able to move ahead. Maybe they have goals but for some reason, they are not able to achieve them. Maybe self-judgment is causing someone to lower their expectations, or low self-worth is preventing someone from making positive changes. A person can also get stuck in worry, afraid to make a decision or change something in their life. Or maybe the person becomes disappointed with some failure and may feel too hard to move on.
When we get stuck, we often wait for external changes to happen. But change doesn't happen to us, it comes from within us. Today psychologist and Marriage Counselor Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares some effective strategies one can try if he/she feels stuck in life:
1. Forgiving yourself or others is a way to let go and let go of the past. 
Are you unable to forgive yourself for mistakes you made or you blame yourself or others for the things that d…

Identify the Factors that Push People towards Sadness and Depression

Happiness generally is in the fleeting mode in people's life, a large population thinks that their happiness depends on their next big promotion, next big company recruitment, buy the next SUV, a bigger house and so on. This forward-looking thinking creates plenty of room for letdowns, however, when a happy state does not actually materialize. Your new job may be great until reality sets in and you notice how difficult your co-workers are, or that you negotiated a salary lower than your friend earns in a similar company. Or your date goes great, but as you move toward in a long-term relationship, the personality issues start to become apparent.
Working toward a new desired state can be exciting. But believing that you will miraculously move from unhappy to happy by reaching the desired goal is not a sure thing. In many cases, people measure happiness by comparative thinking: · My house is the best until my friend invited me to much bigger and well-furnished house, who paid little ex…

How To Boost Your Confidence at Work Place and Fast Excel in Your Career?

In today’s competitive and fast-moving corporate environment, it’s not easy to achieve timely promotion, appraisals, work recognition and credibility from team and management.  However, these professional growth factors rule an individual’s mental and physical well-being. So how to achieve timely professional success? According to Psychologist & Counselor Shivani Misri Sadhoo, timely professional success has a lot to do with the organization the person is working, his/her career planning, his/her competence level BUT an essential factor is the person’s confidence level. 
A balanced confidence level is essential to communicate effectively the personal competence, knowledge, and strength that can help the person to get an ideal organization to work for, win their management’s & co-worker’s confidence and much more. 
According to psychologist Shivani, “building confidence does not require a complete personality overhaul. Instead, you can take smaller steps to become more self-assur…

A Business Learns When its People Learn & Update Themselves

Eminent Counselor & Psychologist Shivani Misri Sadhoo Shares her expert view on the November issue of MiceTalk