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How Can Premarital Counselling Improves Your Marriage?

Premarital counseling is a specialized therapy that targets strengthening of long-term relationship base before the couples enter the long-term commitment, i.e. marriage. Premarital counseling is provided by an expert marriage counselor or therapist who guides & coaches couples (Based on their relationship chemistry and individual personalities) how to improve their internal communication, coaches them how to sort out their differences that may come in future and much more.
Today Delhi's eminent marriage counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares the real benefits of premarital counseling and tells us why it’s necessary for modern generation couples who are planning to get married.
1.   Premarital counseling reduces the chances of divorce: Both social and psychological surveys, that has been conducted in the last few decades, across the globe has suggested that premarital counseling reduces the chances of divorce by 35%-40%. Not only that, it has been found that couples who have gone…

How Bad Divorce of Parents Really Impacts Children?

Almost every couple at some point in their life comes close to a point of fighting, where they may for a moment, start talking and thinking separation. Later depending on their relationship health, emotional & mental setup, they introspect and accept that life would be much more painful for them and especially for their kids if they decide to part ways.
In middle & later stages of marital life, a lot of couples become worried about the impact that their child may face, if their relationship fails and they get separated. So how bad divorce of parents can really impact kids? Today Relationship & Marriage Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo, shares her view on this topic.
The impact of divorce on children till age 8:
Research suggests that the younger a child is, the intense the impact of divorce will have on the child. Children under the age of 8 generally have difficulty to make sense of a divorce. They find it very difficult to adjust to the many changes that come with their pare…

Why Arguments are Good for Your Relationship? - Hindustan Times Features Marriage Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo

4 Negative Thoughts That Can Destroy Your Relationships

The way we practice to think about our partners and our problems, in reality, shapes our personal life and our relationship. A lot of people have a tendency of take their partners for granted once the initial stage of uncertainty in the relationship is over. Especially after marriage, a careless and eccentric attitude of a partner towards his/her spouse may unknowingly push them to start building negative thoughts towards their spouse that gradually kills trust, erodes intimacy, and cripples communication.
Eminent Relationship & Marriage Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo share that being aware of the relationship-crippling impact of toxic thoughts and how they destroy relationships is crucial for any relationship to survive and thrive. Counsellor Shivani shares the 4 most common toxic thought patterns that exist in virtually every relationship and she suggests every couple to not let these distorted, negative, exaggerated thoughts to poison your relationship with the person you love.
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How To Handle Political Differences in Relationship? Hindustan Times Features Counsellor Shivani

Can a relationship survive major political differences between partners? According to marriage counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo, it’s tricky, but it’s definitely possible. Here’s how to deal with it.



Read the article here: http://www.hindustantimes.com/sex-and-relationships/is-your-political-view-ruining-your-relationship-here-s-what-to-do-about-it/story-WmAOyLVVLAOeH8qmU0wPQJ.html

Who are Highly Sensitive People?

Do you know every 2 out of 10 people are identified as highly sensitive? So who are highly sensitive people? Is it same as being an introvert? No high sensitivity is different than introvert characteristics says Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo. 
According to a recent study, almost 15-20% of world population has been identified as highly sensitive. According to psychological studies, a highly sensitive person is identified as hypersensitive to a variety of stimuli – pain, fear, unpleasantness etc.
In other words, highly sensitive people experience things more intensely. Their strong emotions are easier to identify than the average person. This also helps them to communicate effectively because they don’t just hear the words coming out of other people’s mouths, but they also catch on to subtleties in gesture and the tone.
However, there is a negative side of high sensitivity too if strong emotions are left unchecked, they can have disastrous consequences. Highly sensitive people can use em…

Technologies Have Remove Workplace Boundaries Says Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo

Eminent Counselor Shivani Misri Sadhoo Shares her expert view on the April issue of MiceTalk

Hack Stress before It can Hacks You

According to 'Staying@Work' survey that was conducted years back by Towers Watson, it was found that Indian employees top in suffering from work-related stress. 1 in every 3rd employee suffers stress at workplace due to unclear or conflicting job expectations, inadequate staffing (lack of support, uneven workload in the group) and lack of work/life balance.
These are just stress factors that cause from the workplace, apart from that Indians suffer from stress due to driving through a traffic jam, financial crunch, kid’s school fees, EMI payments etc.
Today relationship & marriage counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares some important tips to employees on how to hack their stress before stress can affect their emotional and physical health.
1.Don’t Forget to Have Fun
This is the most basic and easiest way to reduce your stress level.  It sounds simple, but many people don’t practice it enough.  Having fun does not means going after short term pleasure activities like drinking al…