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Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo Shares With Hindustan Times How Delhi University Can Bully Proof Themselves

Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo Shares Her Expert View On How Today Business Era is Initiating CSR & Winning Heart Of Employees

Delhi's Eminent Relationship and Marriage Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares her expert views in MiceTalk's June Edition:

Success Tips – Stop Using These Two Words to Bring More Success in Your Life

Can tweaking small parts of your speech habits make you more successful? Based on his life experiences, Bernard Roth, a professor of engineering at Stanford University and the director of its design Institute, thinks that it can. In his new book, “The Achievement Habit,” Prof Roth recommends making two simple changes to your everyday language:
1.Use ‘And’ instead of ‘But’
Take a scenario, rather than saying, “I want to go to the movie, but I have work to do”, the Professor Bernard suggests that instead of saying,“I want to go to the movies, and I have work to do”. When you use the word but, you create a conflict for yourself that does not really exist,” he writes If you use the word ‘and’, “your brain gets to consider how it can deal with both parts of the sentence”. You might decide to see a shorter movie, for example.
However, Roth doesn’t recommend that you swap out “but” for “and” in all of your conversations, and sometimes the former is needed to not sound weird in a conversation. He …

How Can You Help Your Child to transform from Shyness to Confidence?

Most children feel shy from time to time in their childhood and that’s quite normal, but things become a matter of concern if the child suffers from extreme shyness. If they are not encouraged and helped to overcome their shyness, they may grow up to be shy and under confident adults. Constant shyness can reduce the quality of a child’s life in many ways, including:
·Reduced opportunities to develop or practise social skills, ·Reduced their participation in fun and rewarding activities that require interaction with others, such as sports, dance, drama or music. ·They have fewer friends and may suffer from feelings of loneliness, unimportance and reduced self-esteem. ·Reduced ability to reach full potential because of their fear of being judged. ·Suffers from high anxiety levels and may exhibit embarrassing physical effects such as blushing, stammering and trembling.
Today CounsellorShivani Misri Sadhoo shares tips for parents on how they can help their child to overcome their shyness.
1. Alw…

The 3 Stages of Dating - Knowing What to Expect Helps You Walk the Relationship Stages Correctly

Before a man or woman chooses whether or not to commit to you, you’ll need to move through a couple of key dating stages with him or her.  Do you know what they are?
According to Relationship and Marriage Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo, by mapping out the stages of dating, you can know what to expect and anticipate the challenges ahead. Here they are:
Stage 1 of Courtship
At an early stage of dating,people generally get dominated by observation, emotions and physical attraction. You observe and identify facts about the other person, sometimes try to judge him/her and when things look as per your expectations, your emotion starts to work. Like your emotional side starts to find that you have a lot in common, you feel your views of the world are same, and that you his/her kind of humour or like the same music.
In the first or in second date if you find your chemistry is not matching with the other person, then simply move out. However, there could be two more outcomes from the early dates:

Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo Suggest Rules You Should Break in Marriages

To build a good marriage, you need love and acceptance. To build a bad one, you need dumb rules and unreal expectations. Here are some conventional norms that you can flout.

Happily married couples will agree that there’s no recipe for a successful marriage. What works for your cousin may not work for your best friend. If you, however, are at the threshold of saying ‘I do’ or have taken the plunge already, you must have been handed down tips from friends and family. Almost everyone who attended your wedding might have had something to say about how to pull off a marriage like Ronaldinho pulls off one of his crazy tricks in the 84th minute. But while everyone’s relatives might sound very sure about the formula, the statistics have another story to tell. According to a report published in a leading national daily in 2015, the number of divorce applications has doubled and even tripled in cities such as Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Kolkata and Lucknow over the past five years. The reasons ci…

Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo Shares Her Views on "How to Navigate In-laws Relationships as Newlyweds" in Femina

I had made it very clear to Mohit*  that I would not be living with his family after marriage,” says Stuti*, a 31-year-old from Delhi. “Imagine my horror, when I found my mother-in-law driving down to our place every day on some pretext or the other! Here we are, five years into a marriage, with my mother-in-law in semi-permanent residence, still holding forth on how I should run my household, raise the kids and care for her darling son!” 

Even if you’re not living Stuti’s Everybody Loves Raymond nightmare, chances are the months (perhaps years) immediately after you got married were spent getting to know not your brand new husband, but his family. Assimilating into a new culture always brings a certain amount of stress, no matter how nice everyone is being. And if they don’t bother to be nice, that’s a whole other kettle of fish. Then, power struggles, negativity and manipulation become fixtures in your home life. But there is a way to change this tired old script. If you’re a new bri…