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Counselor Shivan Sadhoo Shares Insight on Killer Conversations that can Harm Relationship with Hindustan Times

Relationship Expert and Marriage Counselor Shivan Misri Sadhoo Shares Insight on Killer Conversations that can Harm Relationship with Hindustan Times 

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Counselor Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares her Insight on Threats of Honey Traps in Social Media Dating with Navbharat Times Newspaper

Counselor Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares her insight on Threats of Honey Traps in Social Media Dating with Navbharat Times Newspaper

5 Ways To Show That You Care For Your Spouse

An essential element of a blissful and happy marital life, involves your spouse appreciating your efforts, you put to care for him/her. Yes! many times the care is there but spouses are not mature enough to recognize and appreciate it.

However, most commonly in today's society, couples get so engrossed in their daily life tussles that they often forget to pay attention to minor things at home and showing that they care for their partner is one of those things.

In this article, Delhi's eminent marriage counselor and relationship expert Shivani Misri Sadhoo reveal 5 ways to express that you care for your spouse, in your day to day life.

1. Show Appreciation For Your Spouse:
Many times when couples realize that they have stopped appreciating each other, they still continue to ignore because they tell themselves - it's my spouse who is ignoring me, he/she is at wrong. 
Remember you should not expect your spouse to believe you care about them if you do not show your appreciation …

5 Life Changing Psychological Tricks To Make You Confident

Self-confidence as per definition is the feeling of trust in one's abilities, qualities, and judgment. Self-confident people don't doubt themselves. Self-confidence is influenced by various factors like upbringing, work environment, work experience and, levels of dedication towards pursuing a cause.
High self-confidence level is extremely important to sustain a progressive professional life and happy balanced personal life.
BUT not everyone has the same upbringing, good academic success, long work experience, a healthy work culture, AND not everyone has a good confidence level. So what under-confident people should do?
Under-confident people should work on building their confidence level by improving their mindset, believing in themselves, improving their dedication for work and family, improving their communication etc.
However, there are several psychological tricks that will make you confident if you apply them. Today, the eminent psychologist, relationship expert and marriage …

How to Use Anxiety to Your Advantage?

Even though anxiety is regarded as a negative phenomenon, but there are situations where our anxiety can be used with an advantage. Thinking about anxiety as an obstacle pushes us further away from its solution, whereas thinking about it as a weapon allows us to use it to our advantage. Neurologically, anxiety is a strong signal that helps regulate attention and motivation to look after the things you concern about most in life. Anxiety proves you care; you honestly can’t care about things without feeling anxiety time and again. However, it does not mean anxiety is enjoyable. But not every anxiety is severe, and a mild amount of anxiety is the sweet spot when it comes to using anxiety to your advantage. Eminent psychologist and marriage counselor Shivani MisriSadhoo reveals 5 ways which state How to use anxiety to your advantage? Here they are.
1.Anxiety Is Rooted Inside You Can Use It To Protect Yourself: Fear is devised to keep you safe from danger. Anxiety is a form of that vital and fu…

Five Ways Travelling Can Boost Your Mental Health and Relationship

All those who love to travel, the days we spend exploring are just about as meaningful and fulfilling as they come. Traveling help us to escape from city chaos, disconnect from the daily problems, relieve from the work stress, experience the way other cultures live, try new variants and ideally, witness and experience a new natural wonder. More than anything else, traveling has a number of benefits to our mental health, rejuvenates our relationship and strengthens our family bond. Renowned psychologist, marriage counselor, and relationship expert Shivani Misri Sadhoo reveals 5 ways which state traveling can boost your mental health and relationship.
1. Travelling Is a Kind Of Behavioral Activation Dejected individuals tend to isolate themselves and ignore things that can bring pleasure, which only makes their dejection or depression worse. Increased involvement in activities that have been shown to improve mood, like travel, can help. It could be as easy as going for a walk, but somethin…


Generally, in today’s lifestyle, couples find their mornings chaotic; there is a pressure to send kids to schools, getting themselves ready for office, finishing household chores and so on. Similarly, on weekends they get up late to supplement their weekday tiredness & sleep. According to eminent relationship expert and marriage counselor Shivani Misri Sadhoo, it is essential for couples to find few minutes every morning to connect with each other. Otherwise, day to day professional and household pressure may weaken their romantic bond.  Counselor Shivani suggests that to connect with your partner in every morning does not need much efforts and time rather it can be done by the following 6 things that happiest couples do every morning.
1.Happy couples try to get up at the same time (if they don’t work on different or odd work shifts): The first step to find a few minutes with your spouse is to get up together at the same time. To achieve this goal, a couple should try to bring a disc…

Reasons Why Indians Avoid Treatment for Depression?

Do you know according to Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) 42.5% of employees in the private sector suffers from depression or general anxiety disorder? Delhi ranks first in terms of employees suffering from depression or general anxiety disorder followed by Bengaluru, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, Hyderabad, and Pune. In fact, according to the World Health Organization, 6.5% of India’s population suffers from some form of mental illness. However, the most concerning fact are that almost 80% of people diagnosed with mental sickness who do not seek any treatment.
Talking on this matter renowned psychologist and counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares that with proper treatment (like counselling, psychotherapy, and medication), 90% of mental illness sufferers can benefit and up to 75% can recover completely. However, the most common reasons why Indian doesn’t get treatment for depression are:
1.  Fear and Shame The most common reason to avoid Counselor or Psyc…

Signs You’re Dating a Narcissist - By Relationship Counselor Shivani Sadhoo

The narcissism is a personality disorder where a person builds an exaggerated sense of their own importance and a deep need for admiration. A narcissist believes that they're exceptional and they have little regard for other people's feelings. However, behind this mask of ultra-confidence, lies a weak self-esteem and a vulnerable to the slightest criticism personality.  One of the aspects of a narcissist person is they often have a sixth sense about winning the heart of a partner at the same time they lack the ability to maintain a normal relationship over the long term. They can be extremely attractive and endearing in the earliest stages of a relationship and in later stages of relationship they can turn suppressive and abusive. Romantic involvement with a narcissist can damage your self-esteem, and it may also put you in an extremely difficult/painful relationship and marriage. Remember you, as a separate person with unique thoughts, feelings, and needs, do not exist for them…

5 Secrets of Handling Criticism Well

In our professional, educational, social and family life, we keep listening to criticism from time to time from our spouses, parents, friends, relatives, co-workers, bosses, teachers and even sometimes from strangers. Generally, criticism causes a mild disturbance in us or it sparks anger, cross criticism, ignorance, arguments or it can even make us sad. In reality, listening to criticism or criticizing is a natural phenomenon, after all, we all are unique and while staying or working together, clashes and disapprovals are bound to happen. However, if criticism comes from a dysfunctional relationship or from political motives – then it can surely cause some damage to a person. For example, if a criticism is used as a tool to demotivate or to suppress a person by an insecure senior in the office or constant criticism used by a depressed spouse – then chances are high that criticism in such circumstances severely harms the mental and physical well-being of the person.
So the question is h…

A Happy Martial Life Needs Good Communication Suggests Counsellor Shivani Sadhoo with AmarUjala Newspaper

Relationship expert and marriage counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo talks with India's leading Hindi Newspaper AmarUjala and shares the importance of good communication between husband and wife to maintain a healthy marital life.

Signs Your Husband Could be Unhappily Married

Marriage is often described as a union of two souls and like many good things that have it’s both pros and cons similarly, marriage too has its fair share of benefits and burdens. Though everyone wants to lead a happily married life still, owing to various reasons, people face unharmonious (short and long) time with their spouses. It may include both the husband and wife but in this article, we will focus on the signs to identify if a husband is passing through an unhappily phase in his married life or not. Renowned marriage counsellorShivani Misri Sadhoo shares 6 such signs which indicate that your husband is passing through an unhappy marriage.  How to identify these signs are given below? This may help especially for a wife to deal with your husband effectively.
1. Prefers to spend time alone: One of the indications is when your husband starts to spend more time alone with himself or he starts going out with his friends or colleagues rather than spending time with you. He could be unh…

How to Handle Marital Abuse?

Marital abuse is an act where one of the spouses intentionally harms their partner. In marriages, abuse covers a broad spectrum of behaviors and actions like harming the partner emotionally, physically or sexually (or combination of these). Coping with abuse, especially emotional and the verbal abuse is extremely hard to handle (in case of sexual abuse, the person should immediately file a complaint with authority or reach out for professional help).  Today Delhi’s eminent relationship expert and marriage counselor Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares how one can handle. 1.Learn about the dynamics of abusive relationships. Knowing more about the pattern of abuse will help you understand that the abuse is not your fault but is something your partner chooses to do. 
2.Living with emotional and verbal abuse can take its toll on the overall well-being of the person. The first thing the victim should do is take care of his or her and find healthy ways to deal with the stress of an abusive marriage. Th…