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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…

Strategies to Relieve Anxiety - Tips By Psychologist Shivani Misri Sadhoo

Anxiety is the feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease about something with an uncertain outcome. In general, anxiety is a normal reaction to stress and everyone experiences anxiety from time to time, especially in today’s demanding and stressful lifestyle.
In fact, anxiety is our body’s natural response to stress. It’s a feeling of fear or apprehension about what’s to come. The first day of school, going to a job interview, or giving a speech may cause most people to feel fearful and nervous. But if your feelings of anxiety are extreme, last for longer than six months, and are interfering with your life, you may have an anxiety disorder. People with anxiety disorders generally have repeated disturbing thoughts or apprehensions. They may avoid certain circumstances outside of worry.

The particular reasons for anxiety disorders are unknown, in spite of one-in-four Indians being affected by them. As with most mental ailments, anxiety disorders are thought to be caused by a pattern of …

How to Deal With a Spouse Who Constantly Criticizes You?

Perhaps among all bad or damaging behaviours criticism is one of the most toxic behaviours that rapidly break down intimacy and build up walls in a relationship.

Nobody likes to be criticized especially if it’s their life partner who has been critical and insensitive towards them. In a marriage partner who gets frequent criticism gets easily disheartened to be treated this way when they are giving their best to make a contribution and add worth to their relationship but they get criticized instead of valued.
So what causes a person to criticize another person?
People who commonly criticize others, generally are “control fanatics” they build a habit or analyse every little thing you do; it looks like they consider their spiritual gift is to point out what’s incorrect with you at every given time.

Control fanatics care more about certain things than anyone else does, and they won’t quit pushing and nagging until they get their way. They are persuaded that things like daily tasks should be d…