HELLO! Are you there? — Calling myself – ‘SELF-TALKING.’

Within the realm of yourself, you are always safe and secure. So, when you engage in an internal dialogue with yourself—SELF-TALKING—there’s no need for fear. Though it may initially seem daunting, this process is therapeutic. It can assist you in identifying patterns that contribute to distress. Self-talk is a product of your subconscious mind, a …

SURVIVING A ‘LONG-DISTANCE’ RELATIONSHIP. 

Relationships are nurtured by physical and emotional proximity. How do you cope with emotional lynching when distance is imposed forcefully? Depending on the profundity of the relationship, the body and mind behave likewise. The ‘happy hormone’ of togetherness faces scarceness and instigates a deficiency syndrome, enforcing depression, hollowness, and irritation.   ‘Out of sight— out …

‘SLAVE’ OR A ‘MASTER’ TO CIRCUMSTANCES – Who are you? 

Life is suffering, they say. My INSIGHT is whether I want to live happily or fashion a miserable life. The situations and circumstances will vary for good or bad. It is in my hands to become a meagre ‘Slave’ or a ‘Master’ to the circumstances. I must understand that I am the architect, organiser, and …

THE BEAUTIFUL, UNCOMFORTABLE MOMENTS – CHERISH THEM.

  Happiness is about comfort, cosiness and well-being. The journey may seem harsh and arduous when we are willing to be comfortable and seek comfort in uncomfortable situations, but it is a small price to pay for living a beautiful dream. Living through the most awkward moments, sometimes, life bestows the most enchanting memories. Thinking …

DO YOU WANT TO BE ‘HAPPY’ OR ‘RIGHT’ IN A RELATIONSHIP?

A relationship is about experiencing emotional depth, sharing experiences and mutual support that nurtures joy, comfort, and growth in the people involved. Trust and love are the forte for withstanding the challenges and untoward encounters, making life worth living, rich and eloquent. Such an alliance should bring ‘happiness,’ not a feeling of triumph at the …

ARE YOU ‘CONCERNED’ OR ‘PAMPERING’ A RELATIONSHIP?

To show concern is a matter of interest or importance, which includes anxiety and worry. To pamper is to indulge with utmost attention, to provide comfort and kindness to the extent of spoiling. However, a thin line exists between the two. Good parenting and nurturing relationships require positive concern – pampering with over-indulgence and easy …