Are you in a one-sided relationship? | Red flags of your relationship

Are you in a one-sided relationship? Red flags of your relationship

Does your relationship feel more demanding, and you think you are nursing it like a mother? Do you feel increasingly uncomfortable with your partner and unable to understand why? Are you the one who is profoundly trying to make the relationship happy for both of you? Then, it would also be you alone, who is … Read more

Better ways to communicate in relationships

Conversations in relationships | Communication issues

Many people underestimate the importance of relationship talks. But after a long, tiring day, we want to recharge our batteries at home. Let that happen when we know better ways to communicate in relationships. The phrase “Honey, we need to talk” puts your partner in a puzzle, creating tension. It is better to create an … Read more

5 Signs that your marriage is falling apart

Relationship Issues

Not all romantic stories end with the phrase “they lived happily ever after”. Many of them end in divorce. When you find some signs that your marriage is falling apart, it is important to act as early as possible. However, marriages never break up from scratch. Before a divorce, the relationship in a couple begins … Read more

Parenting Styles | Child Psychology

A baby’s brain, spinal cord, heart and other organs begin to form by the fifth week of pregnancy. By the eighteenth week the nerve endings of a baby’s brain “hook up” to the ears, and she may hear the mother’s heart beating, and may even be startled (feeling or sudden shock or alarm) by loud … Read more

The Early Years: Emotional and mental health is a concern for kids below five years

According to a study, approximately 9.5-14.2 per cent of children are experiencing emotional, relational or behavioral disturbances from birth to five years of age. It is a widely known fact that young children who live in families dealing with parental loss, exposure to trauma, substance abuse,addiction, or mental illness are at high risk of developing … Read more

Integrated Yoga Therapy for teaching Toothbrushing skills | Children with ASD

Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) exhibit poor oral health due to lack of manual dexterity. Regular training methods such as visual pedagogy and video modeling (VM) for developing the skill of toothbrushing do not address the core deficits which facilitate their effective and quick learning. Hence, there arises the need of an integrated therapy … Read more

REBUILDING TRUST IN RELATIONSHIPS

Rebuilding trust in Relationships

“The most pernicious myth about love is the image of love as a closed system between two people. For love is a prism through which one loves the whole world. Every intimacy and every sweetness of love makes the whole world different and opens one up to the world’s reality rather than protecting one from … Read more

Why are teenagers difficult to handle? | Why are teenagers depressed?

Probably, the saying, “Don’t laugh at a youth for his affections; he is only trying on one face after another to find a face of his own.” said by Logan Pearsall Smith, can well describe the variations that a teenager displays. The behavior of a teenager can be quite baffling. Some say, that teenagers are … Read more

What is Professionalism and Campus Behavior? How is it inculcated?

The uncertainty about being aware of the professionalism and adopting a professional behavior exists in students who would be leaving their campus in a few years and would embrace the real professional environment soon. Along with the students, the amateur employees who are into the work environment recently should also read to know the below … Read more

Why Do Some People Take Things So Personally? | Are You Getting Hurt Very Often?

We come across some people who feel that others are “mistreating” them when, in fact they are not. If they were not invited to a party, they feel they were not wanted; if someone forgets to call them, they feel the other person does not care; if someone does not talk to them, they feel … Read more