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How Is Smartphone Silently Destroying Our Health?

Today smartphones are everywhere and for everyone, for most teenagers and adults, it has captured a significant portion of their daily lives. As smartphone technology has improved, people’s use has steadily increased. What a mobile telephone was just a decade ago has now turned into an advanced personal computer, smart camera, digital wallet, GPS navigator, social media platform and much more. To be honest, smartphones today are no more just phones but an integrated part of every activity we do in our lives.
But one question we often forget - are smartphones just 100% PERFECT and everything about them is just 100% GOOD?  Delhi’s Eminent Psychologist and Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo answers this question as “NO”. Counsellor Shivani says there are primarily 4 ways smartphones silently destroy our health with each passing day.
1. Smartphones can add to depression.
According to a psychological study done at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champlain, people who constantly check their …

Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo Shares Her Psychological Insight on the Viral Hit Wink of Priya Prakash Varrier with Indian Express Newspaper

What’s this song and dance over a wink of Priya Prakash Varrier in 'Oru Adaar Love' ? It’s all in the mind of the audience Recently, a wink caught the eye of the nation and a teenager was forced to drag the matter to the highest court in the land after a complaint was filed against her over the gesture. Malayalam actress Priya Prakash Varrier became an overnight sensation after a video clip of a song from her upcoming movie Oru Adaar Love, in which she can be seen winking flirtatiously went insanely viral and prompted a tidal wave of memes. However, soon the young star found herself in the eye of the storm, after a section of Muslims lodged FIRs against her and the film-maker for hurting religious sentiments. Some Muslims believe that the song was sung by the Prophet to profess his love for his first wife.So, what is in a wink and how can it offend someone?

According to psychologists, the context and culture of a place must be taken into account before coming to any conclusio…

Relationship Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo's View On Public Display of Affection With Hindustan Times

When it comes to love and expressing it, there can never be a right or a wrong way. PDA (Public Display of Affection) is known to elicit different reactions from onlookers — while some go, ‘aww’, for a few others, it’s super uncomfortable. But in the end, it’s a personal choice.

“Most people will agree that holding hands and occasional tender touches or glances are good ways to show your affection in public,” says Delhi's eminent marriage and relationship expert Shivani Misri Sadhoo.

“The reason why couples may do it is that they want to showcase the strength of their relationship. They want to mask the weaknesses in their relationship,” says Sadhoo.

Read the complete article here here: https://www.hindustantimes.com/sex-and-relationships/pda-just-how-mush-is-too-mush-experts-youngsters-debate-it-out/story-ThD6Oi7gJQOfhyJ5CowxuI.html



5 Things Happy Couples Do for each other without Being Asked

14’Th February is that day of the year when we must celebrate our relationships and express our love. But Delhi’s eminent Relationship and Marriage Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares that celebrating one Valentine day in a year is not enough. In healthy & blissful relationships, couples don’t wait for a special occasion to show their appreciation. They genuinely enjoy doing nice things for one another “just because” ― they value each other and no prompting is required. 
TodayRelationship Expert Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares with us what kinds of things, both big and small, happy couples do for each other without being asked.

1. They make sure they feel connected


Whether it’s a ‘hi’ message or call, happy couples always reach out. They call to say, ‘I’m running late’, or ‘do you need me anything on my way back home?’ These may sound simple text messages but they, in reality, convey that person is thinking about their partner and helps the couples to stay emotionally connected.

2. The…

How to Love Ourselves?

To be beautiful means to be yourself. You don’t need to be accepted by others. You need to accept yourself says Delhi’s eminent Relationship and marriage Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo.

Generally, we perceive self-love through actions like buying ourselves a special gift, going to a spa, spending a particular time just with ourselves etc. But these actions do not derive particularly from self-love emotions rather you can say these actions are essential for self-attention in today’s hectic life.
Self-love has must deeper aspect, it refers to the relationship quality that one person has with himself/herself. It also refers to winning the struggle to accept, embrace and love ourselves, with all of our imperfections.  To be 100% honest about who we are, how we feel and what we need.  To stop discrediting ourselves for everything we aren’t, and start giving ourselves credit for everything we are and to be aware that not everyone we love will agree with us every step of the way, and to be OK…