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When love becomes one-sided it is time to get out: The story of Daniel Sukumar, poet and musician.

By Nelson Vinod Moses   Being a poet and musician, Daniel Sukumar was a popular kid in school, but he never had a girlfriend till he was in college. He was 20 years old, when in a classic case of falling in love with the girl next door, he got into a relationship with his Read more about When love becomes one-sided it is time to get out: The story of Daniel Sukumar, poet and musician.[…]

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The antidote to Self-hate and Self-criticism is Self-compassion

By Nelson Vinod Moses Constantly criticising, putting us down, cursing, self-sabotaging, prepping us for failure, overly negative, spewing messages of self-hate and deflating our spirits. Psychologist Dr. Robert Firestone refers to this as the critical inner voice. This self-critical inner voice of self-hate is forged during our childhood by being constantly judged, bullied, criticized, abused Read more about The antidote to Self-hate and Self-criticism is Self-compassion[…]

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10 tips to ensure your New Year resolution sticks

By Nelson Vinod Moses The thought of scrubbing the slate clean and starting anew is an exciting prospect. Every day a new dawn offers that possibility. Come January 1st, 2018 and there appears 365 new dawns that offer a fresh start. According to research, the most common resolutions are to lose weight, start exercising, have Read more about 10 tips to ensure your New Year resolution sticks[…]

The Importance of Self in a Couple Relationship

By Bhargavi Kerur “Love rests on two pillars; surrender and autonomy. Our need for togetherness exists alongside our need for separateness. One does not exist without the other.” – Esther Perel Avira blamed herself for starting the fight little knowing the fact that her choice of words had a shadow of past for Anirudh. That Read more about The Importance of Self in a Couple Relationship[…]

Seven Steps to Dealing with Anger in Children

By Debasmita Sinha   You are at the billing counter at a supermarket when your five-year old child tells you that she wants a particular toy. You say, “Next time.” She decides to express her disagreement by sitting down on the floor, wailing and thrashing. Or your seven-year old one has been trying to build Read more about Seven Steps to Dealing with Anger in Children[…]