Eminent Marriage Counsellor, Shivani Misri Sadhoo is based in Delhi. She is the consulting psychologist with Fortis Hospital, IBS Hospital and with Express Clinics, located in South Delhi and Noida.
Counsellor Shivani is a Level 3 Trained Gottman Method Couples Therapist. https://gottmanreferralnetwork.com/therapists/shivani-misri-sadhoo
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.saarthicounsellingservices.com, Mob: +91-8860875040
While discussing the issue of corporal punishment for children, Counselor Shivani Misri Sadhoo says, "we have observed closely that parents openly admit that corporal punishment doesn't always promote adherence to rules, it simply makes them better at breaking them. Rewards and consequences can be one of the best ways to gain respect and control over your child's behavior. Unfortunately, many parents fail at this. What we need to do here is we need to make two separate lists. One to promote the behavior you want for your child and one you want to work on in decreasing....
Most of us when we think about what makes us happy? ; our mind immediately reminds us the unfulfilled desires that we crave in our life, like a dream house, dream car, dream phone and so on. In other words, a large percentage of the population who can afford proper food and clothing associate their happiness with materialistic goals. Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo says it is very easy for us to create a list of what we want from the world to give us in today’s world of conspicuous consumption. It is amazing how many “things” everyone seems to have in their lives – and how many more things they might desire with believing that it will make them feel better about themselves. Hence Counsellor Shivani says that to be happy, focus on following key areas to experience a fulfilled, blissful and happy life. 1.Stop Cribbing And Be Happy A big percentage of the population spends their life focusing primarily on their unfortunate incidences of life. They identify themselves as unhappy due to their …
In the last blog article Relationship Expert and Marriage CounselorShivani Misri Sadhoo shared how two people living together can still feel
lonely in their relationship and how loneliness is different than being alone.
The earlier one is the state of mind where the person desires to get connected
with someone and that someone is not available, which is different than being
alone. Today Counsellor Shivani shares what couples can do to stop feeling
lonely in their relationship. 1. Discuss with your partner. The first thing one should do if he/she feels lonely in their
relationship is to talk to their partner. Share your feelings to him or her and
express your concerns about the relationship but avoid getting into a blame
game. Remember you, partner, is not God who must know everything without
telling and if you don’t effectively express your feelings to your partner, it
will be difficult to find and address the root cause of the problem.
Relationships that have open and consistent communi…
For many women, a working career generally helps them achieve a sense of being and purpose – an identity that is enriching. But many a time, even pursuing good education or working in good corporates, Indian women decide to stay at home. Their brave decision to stay home bound comes primarily from factors like demand for childcare, lack of organizational support for pregnancy or there weren't enough opportunities for them to explore job interviews after getting married. Under such scenario, house bound women tend to suffer from boredom, low self-worth, loneliness, sadness and that can gradually worsen into serious psychological issues like depression, anxiety, postpartum depression and more. Today Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares certain tips for house bound women on how they can keep themselves emotionally healthy and in good mood along with performing their daily household chores. 1. Care Yourself under daily routine Being homebound does not mean you spend your whole day just…
Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo Shares how the government has undertaken departmental tie-ups with corporates for women development, in the August edition of MiceTalk Magazine. http://www.micetalk.com/
Childhood friends. School friends. Neighborhood friends. College friends. Work friends. Best friends. Boyfriends. Girlfriends.
We work our entire lives building friendships. From preschool, where we all learn that "it takes a friend to make a friend," through adulthood, where we mingle at bars and water coolers, we crave closeness with other human beings.
We just need to know that someone out there "gets us."
Whether we have a small group of close friends or an expanded group of personalities, each of our friendships brings something new to our lives, inspiring us to see the world a totally different way, giving us a new shoulder to lean on, and a new cheerleader to root us on.
Friendships come in all sorts of forms: serious ones, like the college friend you discuss politics with, silly ones, like the squad you do Halloween with, chill ones, like your wine and Netflix buddy. Some friendships even turn into something more.