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How to Dealing with Difficult People at Work?

At the various point of our life, we come across people, who we found very difficult to handle. Such a person could be a friend, relative, neighbour, boss, colleague or a subordinate – who may get us angry, irritated and put our mind in negative mode with their actions, rude behaviour and bad way of talking. The worst thing about difficult people is they often think that you are the problem – not them. In fact, being self-reflective isn’t easy for those who cause pain and confusion to others.

So how to handle difficult people in life, especially if you find them in tough situations where you cannot protest nor you cannot avoid them? Today Delhi’s Eminent Psychologist and Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares tips on such situations.

1. First focus on understanding the person's intentions
Remember no one is difficult for the sake of being difficult. Even when it may seem that the person is just out to get you, there is always some underlying reason that is motivating them to act tha…

4 Values Every Parent Should Teach Their Child Effectively

Today most parents find limited opportunity to spend extended time with their children and this is true especially for parents who are working in multinational companies. In such a scenario, it is important for parents to make sure that the time they devote to spend with their kids – should be meaningful and qualitative.  
According to Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo, the first thing parents should do when they spend time with their kids is to encourage them to strengthen their bonding. This can be done by listening to the child about what has happened throughout the day, tell them a story, hug and remind them that you love them. Secondly, Counsellor Shivani suggests to make the time between parents and child meaningful – parents must teach their kids important values of life. These could be:-
1. Honesty
As children grow up under the influence of friends, internet, television, computer games and social media, they all can teach them to lie and manipulate. It is important to diffuse this …

How To Maintain a Positive Attitude Even When You're Stressed?

Maintaining a positive attitude is essential in life, it helps you to become happier and more resilient, it improves your relationship quality and it increases your chances of success in any endeavour. In addition, having a positive attitude makes you more creative and helps to become a good decision maker. Now the question is, it is easy to stay positive when situations are peaceful but it is extremely difficult to smile when you are sad or stressed out. Today CounsellorShivani Misri Sadhoo would share the secret of how to maintain a positive attitude when situations are unfavourable in life.
1.  Resolve to yourself that you will not let bad times defeat you
Always resolve to yourself that no matter what adverse situations life may put you in, you would not allow it to defeat you. You will respond with a constructive and positive attitude.
2.  Resolve to yourself that you will always speak to yourself in a Positive Manner
Build a habit by practising neutralization of negative thoughts or…

Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo Shares How To Cope With Layoffs

Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo Shares How To Cope With Layoffs with MiceTalk (

Why Do We Need Friends? Benefits of Healthy Friendship

Most of us today have turned so busy with offices, commutation, family, household chores, daily activities that we have started neglecting one of the most important aspects of our lives; i.e. friendship. And by friends, we do not mean the listed profile names on the Facebook page or Whatsapp chat names rather our true friends with whom we physically talk and meet at least once in a month.  
In fact staying in touch with an actual friend is so important that scientific community believes that friendship can extend life expectancy and lower chances of heart disease. In 2016, researchers found evidence about the release of oxytocin in the primate brain during social interactions.
Relationship Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo today shares what all you are missing in your life if you are not putting efforts to stay close with your friends.
Friendship makes us feel happy
Friendship ignites the part of the brain that makes us feel good, which makes us want to keep hanging out with our friends. Dr…

Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo Becomes Gottman's Level 2 Trained Therapist Representing India


4 Magic Relationship Words – Say It Every day to Your Partner

Sustaining the quality of romantic relationship largely depends on time devotion for each other and on the qualitative communication. Since in today’s hectic lifestyle, couples spend lesser and lesser quality time with each other, level of communication becomes utmost important to sustain the romantic element in their relationship.
Delhi’s eminent Couple Therapist, Relationship and Marriage Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares that using right words while communicating with your partner is of utmost importance. She says that words that are used in a relationship–can heal or hurt, can build trust or erode it, can cool off arguments or fuel them and can eliminate jealousy or aggravate it. Counsellor Shivani says it is true that not everyone is good is a good communicator but there are certain magic words – if practised every day, every couple can improve their level of communication and would be able to sustain their romance in their relationship. Their magic words are:-
1.I love you