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5 Common Lies, You Might Believe About Therapy

Therapy or counselling is an extremely powerful tool that may relieve people from a prolonged misunderstanding with their partner, solve marital issues, helps to cope with depression and anxiety and many more. Therapy is also extremely beneficial if someone faces an emotional and psychological issue. Yet, there are a lot of misconceptions about counselling and that puts a lot of pressure on people suffering from, breakups one after another, divorce, extensive dependency on anti-depressants etc.

Today Delhi’s renowned counsellor and psychologist Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares some of the common lies that many Indians tell and believe about counselling. Some of these lies come from relatives, neighbours or even friends who don’t hesitate to talk and advise on any topic for that they have zero knowledge about or wrongly gathered ideas from saas-bahu serials.

1. All therapy & therapist are the same

People tell you that all counsellors and their counselling methods are same or they give you …

Boost Your Family’s Emotional Health with Right Home Interior & Decoration

Over the time psychological studies have proved that the way you decorate your home can impact your and your family’s emotional and psychological well-being. So from a human psychological point, what is an ideal way to decorate your house? Talking on this matter today, Delhi’s eminent psychologist Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares important home décor tips to boost emotional health at home.
1. First bring nature inside
Indoor plants are neither expensive nor they need extensive maintenance, but they can save your family from the poisonous air (pollution) as well as they can reduce stress, improve your mood and increase productivity levels of children. 2. Encourage sunlight at home
We are at our energetic and happiest best when we are in a light, airy and naturally lit space. One study in 2014 found that people who had windows in their home, get more sleep (on average, 46 minutes more a night!), and have a greater sense of overall well-being than those whose houses that have no windows. Researche…

How to make new friends if you are shy and over 35?

A friend is someone whom we spend time with, someone who knows us better than others do, someone we can count on when the need arises. It’s been said that a friend is a gift that we give to ourselves. According to a research, having a good friendship is utmost important between the age of 35 to 50 plus for emotional and mental well-being. But it’s an age group when making new friends is utmost difficult and on top of it, if you are a shy and an introvert person.

Today Delhi’s famous psychologistShivani Misri Sadhoo shares some important ways to find friends in the adulthood.
1. First, admit you are lonely.
You might be in the growth curve of your career, earning well, or a deeply devoted housewife but when you think of spending time for yourself, you tell yourself only one answer, “I don’t have time for anything else in my life”, remember you may be heading for trouble in your old age.
If you want to break your monotonous routine life, bring some new joy, explore new avenues with a friend…

Counsellor Shivani share tips to fight Long Working Hours, Tight Schedules, Extensive Mental Pressure in the Job with MiceTalk Magazine

Delhi's Eminent Psychologist & Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares tips for Event Managers to cope with Long Working Hours, Tight Schedules, Extensive Mental Pressure with the MiceTalk Magazine.
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