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Relationship Counselor Shivani Misri Sadhoo Shares the Secrets to get out of Relationship Rut

5 Tips To Get Out Of A Relationship Rut
A relationship rut refers to a relationship phase where a couple feels that they have lost the spark in their companionship. There might be a lot of stagnation and boredom in the relationship. A relationship rut is usually characterised by the lack of communication or a feeling of not having fun anymore in the relationship. So the question is that if a long-term couple found themselves in a relationship rut, how do they get out of it? Here are some of the steps that can help.
1. Love Is A Verb, It Isn’t A Thing

When two people meet for the first time and start to like each other, due to a natural phenomenon that pushes all species to reproduce, humans too get their mind and emotion hijacked by their hormones. A lot of people mistake this phenomenon i.e. rush of hormones as the real face of love and in their perception, they start to believe that love should happen on its own. They feel that when it happens, there is a rush of hormones or sparks ev…

Indicators that can Tell if a Relationship may be Short Shelf Lived or will Endure the Passage of Time

Many times it has been witnessed that the most unlikely-seeming relationships often prove to be the most sustaining. And those that appear made in heaven often dissolve, to the consternation of friends and family. Why is this?
What can help people to clear some doubts if a relationship will be successful or not, is to gain the knowledge about relationships and learn the features & characteristics of it (relationship) that has a high percentage of outcome for short shelf-life or continued growth relationships.
Scientific world today use various information from academic research and clinical analysis to identify the relationship indicators that can determine a relationship age. In this article Delhi’s eminent Relationship & Marriage Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares some those crucial findings.
Indicator 1 - Bling
The first study that was conducted by Swansea University in Wales, involves 151 heterosexual men and women. This study identified that people who are most attracted…

Marriage Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares the secrets of Grey Divorce With leading Hindi Magazine Vinitha

Counselor Shivani Misri Sadhoo the Secrets to Maintain Work-Life Balance as a Couple

5 Ways To Maintain Work-Life Balance As A Couple By Relationship Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo
In today’s fast moving lifestyle with a demanding professional life, daily traffic congestions, mounting EMIs and other day-to-day challenges, couples end up with little time to spend at home, with each other. Hence, many couples today are struggling to sustain the romance and bonding in their relationship and this is gradually becoming a major reason for separation in today’s society. That is why maintaining a balance between your personal and professional life becomes of utmost importance for couples. Here are some vital tips to juggle day-to-day work responsibilities while not sacrificing quality time with your partner. 1. Develop A Realistic Approach Towards Life Ambition is good but over or unrealistic ambition can destroy the quality of life. Many couples get themselves into excessive financial pressure as they push themselves to buy a car or a house for a price more than they can a…

Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo Shares the 5 questions that Partners must ask before Marriage

Do you avoid asking questions to your partner to avoid rocking the boat in your relationship? This might not be the right approach. A lot of times it is seen that due to shyness, unawareness or due to an extreme desire to preserve romance at any cost, couples do not ask each other the difficult questions that can help build a strong foundation for a stable marriage. Remember if couples don’t deal with essential issues of marital life before they get married, they may have to deal with it all of a sudden, maybe even with the wrong assumptions about what their partner thinks or believes about such issues. That can lead to disappointments down the line. Hence as a marital counselor, I suggest couples to ask the following questions before they decide to get married. No matter how intimidated or awkward one may feel asking these questions, we should try and do it. These questions are designed to spark honest discussions and possibly give couples a chance to spill secrets before it’s too l…

Counselor Shivani Misri shares Psychological Insight on Delhi's Burari Death Case with 24X7 News Channel

Delhi's eminent Counselor & psychologist Shivani Misri Sadhoo joins the panel discussion on Burari death case, where 11 members of a family are suspected to commit suicide. 

3 Relationship Complaints One Should Never Ignore

A relationship takes both time and dedication by both the partners to grow and finally blossom. While walking on the path of relationship, couples face many challenges and they expect to overcome these challenges through problem-solving, effective talking, quality time spending and much more. One of the biggest relationship challenges is to address the partner’s complaint. A lot of times, couples develop a tendency to ignore each other’s complaints, till things turn silently from bad to worst. Today Delhi’s eminent relationship and marriage counselor Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares three partner’s complaints that are very crucial to a relationship and no partner should ignore them.  These are:-
1. Complaints about Sex A person should never ignore their partner’s complaint about sex. Complaints about not having enough sex or feeling unsatisfied with their current sex lives are a very common relationship complaint that can get surfaced at any phase of the relationship. These complaints are …