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Mariella Zanoletti's Clinic - Delhi , New Delhi

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Defence Colony New Delhi
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Mariella Zanoletti's Clinic - Delhi is known for housing experienced Psychologists. Ms. Mariella Zanoletti, a well-reputed Psychologist, practices in New Delhi. Visit this medical health centre for Psychologists recommended by 65 patients.

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8 Guidelines for a Happy Relationship

MSc Psychotherapy -King's College- London, Pg diploma in counselling
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No matter which kind of relationship couple are in, they always have some issues and look to be happier, and more connected, though the issues can be different for different couples - money, sex, infidelity, in-laws, children etc. Despite this, any relationship is completely subjective and no clear cut rules can be executed on it. Yet, following certain guidelines may help proceed happily in a relationship.

1.Love yourself

You must love yourself before you love another. By accepting yourself and fully being what you are, your simple presence can make others happy. Accepting yourself fully as you are and showing yourself this same unconditional love will provide protection, healing, and confidence to work on your shortfalls.

2.Adopt a positive lifestyle

There are many different ways in which you can embrace a more positive lifestyle - practice affirmations, express gratitude, meditation, exercise. Just find something that helps you unwind and enjoy life. And most importantly - keep doing these things.

3.Empathize with your partner

The ability to empathize is what inhibits us from just going through life doing whatever we want, without regard for others. It is what makes a compromise in a relationship possible. If you realize that something you've done has hurt another person and you can empathize with his/her pain or unhappiness, you will hesitate to do that again.

4. Take responsibility: Don't try to figure out who's right

When couples come for therapy, one or both tend to think that the primary problem is their partner. Both people co-create the climate of the relationship. And both need to do some things differently to create the marriage or relationship they both really want. If your intention is to create a more positive world for yourself and those around you, it's up to you to have the thoughts, moods, and actions that will create that world.

5. Stay connected

When there is distress in the marriage or relationship, one or both usually feel some emotional disconnection. Frequently, sexual passion diminishes as well. (However, sometimes one partner will try to increase frequency of sex in an effort to feel connected). And often, people will busy themselves with work or kids instead, or do other things to either try to feel connected or to avoid being alone with the person with whom they feel the pain of disconnection.

6. Express thoughts, feelings, and wishes

Resentment can build when couples sweep things under the rug, so be vulnerable and don't bury negative feelings, but try to express them in a respectful way. Opening up to your partner can make you feel vulnerable and exposed, but it is the most important part of an intimate relationship.

7. Try new things together

Boredom can be a major obstacle to lasting romantic or companionate love. Psychological research has suggested that couples who experience the most intense love are the ones who enjoy participating in new or challenging 'self-expanding' activities together.

8. Preserve your independence

Neediness and caretaking in long-term partnerships -- which can easily result from looking to the partnership for safety, security and stability -- damper the erotic spark. But if couples can maintain independence and witness each other participating in individual activities at which they're skilled, they can continue to see their partner in an ever-new light.
8 Guidelines for a Happy Relationship

8 Tips To Rev Up Your Relationship With Your Partner

MSc Psychotherapy -King's College- London, Pg diploma in counselling
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For years I have been practicing as a psychotherapist in different parts of the world and what I have noticed is that no matter what kind of relationship or marriage a couple are in, when they end up in my office it's always for the same reason: they want to be happier, healthier and more-connected even though the issues can vary - money, sex, infidelity, in-laws, children etc.

Despite this each relationship is completely subjective and no clear cut rules can be executed on it, yet following certain guidelines may help proceeding happily in a relationship.

If you are struggling in your relationship (and if you are reading this article there is a big chance you are unless you are one of my friends..or both) you might find it helpful to follow some of these ideas:

1. Love yourself

You must love yourself before you can love another. By accepting yourself and fully being what you are, your simple presence can make others happy. Accepting yourself fully as you are and showing yourself this same unconditional love will provide protection, healing, and confidence to work on your shortcomings.

2. Adopt a positive lifestyle

There are many different ways in which you can embrace a more positive lifestyle - practice affirmations, express gratitude, meditation, exercise... just find something that helps you unwind and enjoy life. And most importantly - keep doing these things repeatedly.

3. Empathize with your partner

The ability to empathize is what inhibits us from just going through life doing whatever we want, without any regard for others. It is what makes compromise in a relationship possible. If I realize that something I've done has hurt you (because I can empathize with your pain or unhappiness) I will hesitate to do that again.

4. Take responsibility: Don't try to figure out who's right

When couples come for therapy, one or both tend to think that the primary problem is their partner. Both people co-create the climate of the relationship. And both need to do some things differently to create the marriage or relationship they both really want. If your intention is to create a more positive world for yourself and those around you, it's up to you to have the thoughts, moods, and actions that will create that world.

5. Stay connected

When there is distress in the marriage or relationship, one or both usually feel some emotional disconnection. Frequently, sexual passion diminishes as well. (However, sometimes one partner will try to increase frequency of sex in an effort to feel connected.). And often, people will busy themselves with work or kids instead, or do other things to either try to feel connected or to avoid being alone with the person with whom they feel the pain of disconnection

6. Express thoughts, feelings, and wishes

Resentment can build when couples sweep things under the rug, so be vulnerable and don't bury negative feelings, but try to express them in a respectful way.

Opening up to your partner can make you feel vulnerable and exposed, but it is the most important part of an intimate relationship. In Daring Greatly, Dr. Brene Brown defines vulnerability as uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure. Given this definition, the act of loving someone and allowing them to love you may be the ultimate risk. Love is uncertain. It's risky because there are no guarantees and your partner could stop loving you. Exposing your true feelings may mean that you are at a greater risk for being hurt or criticized.

7. Try new things together

Boredom can be a major obstacle to lasting romantic or companionate love.

Psychological research has suggested that couples who experience the most intense love are the ones who enjoy participating in new or challenging 'self-expanding' activities together.

8. Preserve your independence

Dr Perel, in her popular TED talk explains that neediness and caretaking in long-term partnerships - which can easily result from looking to the partnership for safety, security and stability - damper the erotic spark. But if couples can maintain independence and witness each other participating in individual activities at which they're skilled, they can continue to see their partner in an ever-new light.

If after trying the above you are still struggling with your relationship, make sure you go and see a couple therapist.

Two couples talking in one couple's living room...

One says to the other, 'The work being done on your marriage.. are you having it done or are you doing it yourselves?'

8 Tips To Rev Up Your Relationship With Your Partner

Relationship, how do you do?

MSc Psychotherapy -King's College- London, Pg diploma in counselling
Psychologist
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The couples want to be happier, healthier and more connected even though the issues can be different - money, sex, infidelity, in-laws, children etc. Despite this any relationship is completely subjective and no clear cut rules can be executed on it, yet following certain guidelines may help proceeding happily in a relationship.

Suppose you are struggling in your relationship (and if you reading this article there is a big chance you are) you might find it helpful to follow some of these ideas:

1.Love yourself

You must love yourself before you love another. By accepting yourself and fully being what you are, your simple presence can make others happy. Accepting yourself fully as you are and showing yourself this same unconditional love will provide protection, healing, and confidence to work on your shortfalls.

2.Adopt a positive lifestyle

There are many different ways in which you can embrace a more positive lifestyle - practice affirmations, express gratitude, meditation, exercise, just find something that helps you unwind and enjoy life. And most importantly - keep doing these things.

3.Empathize with your partner

The ability to empathize is what inhibits us from just going through life doing whatever we want, without regard for others. It is what makes compromise in a relationship possible. If I realize that something I've done has hurt you (because I can empathize with your pain or unhappiness) I will hesitate to do that again.

4. Take responsibility: Don't try to figure out who's right

If your intention is to create a more positive world for yourself and those around you, it's up to you to have the thoughts, moods, and actions that will create that world.

5. Stay connected

When there is distress in the marriage or relationship, one or both usually feel some emotional disconnection. Frequently, sexual passion diminishes as well. (However, sometime one partner will try to increase frequency of sex in an effort to feel connected.). And often, people will busy themselves with work or kids instead, or do other things to either try to feel connected or to avoid being alone with the person with whom they feel the pain of disconnection

6. Express thoughts, feelings, and wishes

Resentment can be built when couples sweep things under the rug, so be vulnerable and don't bury negative feelings, but try to express them in a respectful way.

Opening up to your partner can make you feel vulnerable and exposed, but it is the most important part of an intimate relationship. Dr. Brene Brown defines vulnerability as uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure. Given this definition, the act of loving someone and allowing them to love you may be the ultimate risk. Love is uncertain. It's risky because there are no guarantees and your partner could stop loving you. Exposing your true feelings may mean that you are at a greater risk for being hurt or criticized.

7. Try new things together

Boredom can be a major obstacle to lasting romantic or companionate love. Psychological research has suggested that couples who experience the most intense love are the ones who enjoy participating in new or challenging 'self-expanding' activities together.

8. Preserve your independence

Dr Perel, in her popular TED talk explains that neediness and caretaking in long-term partnerships -- which can easily result from looking to the partnership for safety, security and stability -- damper the erotic spark. But if couples can maintain independence and witness each other participating in individual activities at which they're skilled, they can continue to see their partner in an ever-new light.

If after trying the above you are still struggling with your relationship, make sure you go to see a couple therapist.
Relationship, how do you do?

I'm very depressed because my exam was not good, what should I do to recover from this?

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I'm very depressed because my exam was not good, what should I do to recover from this?
Dear lybrate-user, bitting yourself up for your exam will not help you. Try to forgive yourself for not having done a good job this time and focus on doing better next time. Focus on what you can do better and not the past! all the best, mz.

Sir I am a student and I want to concentrate on study but I deviate spme where else so you please give me suggestion.

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Dear lybrate-user, try to practice mindfulness meditation for 1 month everyday in the morning. It should help you to stay in the present. Please let me know about your progress.

I am 39 years old man. I do job (Private co) for my earnings. From last two years, my job is uncertain. So I see negative in everything. What should I do?

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I am 39 years old man. I do job (Private co) for my earnings. From last two years, my job is uncertain. So I see nega...
Lybrate-user, I understand I might be tough. Definitely you should improve your lifestyle. Practice meditation, exercise, improve your eating habits and sleeping hygiene, having a support network and family connections are the pillars of an healthy lifestyle. Keep this up and if this is not enough, visit a psychotherapist/psychologist. All the best, mz.

I have this problem of stammering. I talk normally while speaking to friends. But an in known person or in a gathering I stammer. Wat can I do? Any medication?

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Lybrate-user, I wonder if you want to contact a speech therapist or a psychotherapist for your issue. All the best. Keep me updated.

I lost my friend in an accident last year now I am very depressed please give me some solution.

MSc Psychotherapy -King's College- London, Pg diploma in counselling
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I lost my friend in an accident last year now I am very depressed please give me some solution.
Dear lybrate-user, sorry to hear that. I know it s tough. When we lose someone we all go through the process of mourning and grief. You might want to read more about it on this website http://psychcentral. Com/lib/the-5-stages-of-loss-and-grief/, it will help you to make sense to the emotions you are feeling during this sad process. Sending you lots of strength. All the best.

I seriously want to study but I cannot leave Social Sites like Facebook, etc. My Parents are always good to me. I have perfect attention from my family. But then too I can't study because of Internet? Is there anyway out there?

MSc Psychotherapy -King's College- London, Pg diploma in counselling
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Dear lybrate-user, the issue you are facing is very common now a day, with all of us. You must use a lot of will power to over come the temptation to go on internet. The will power is a muscle so you need to train it like you do with all your other muscles. You should start with easy goals like stay away from internet for few hours and thn slowly slowly you will increase the time. It will take time but it will work. All the best. Keep me updated.

I am 26 years man. Many times I having stomach ache suddenly but after asking doctors there is. No particulars reason behind this. Due to this my studies get affected. What should I do. I am always takes healthy and balance diet usually. Please suggest me what should I do so that this will not happens in future. something yoga or exercise or something else. Thank you.

MSc Psychotherapy -King's College- London, Pg diploma in counselling
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I am 26 years man. Many times I having stomach ache suddenly but after asking doctors there is. No particulars reason...
Lybrate-user, I guess you are already answering your question. Definitely, yoga, exercise, good eating habit and sleeping hygiene, having a support network, family connections are the pillars of an healthy lifestyle. Keep this up and if this is not enough, visit a psychotherapist/psychologist. All the best, mz.

Hi sir I'm 26 years old boy From last 2 years I became full negative minded in all cases so pls tell me how to over come from negative mind. I'm doing meditation daily morning. Is there any tablets to overcome from negative mind.

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Hi sir
 I'm 26 years old boy
From last 2 years I became full negative minded in all cases so pls tell me how to over ...
Dear lybrate-user, even if there were tables I will not advise you to take them, meds should always be your last option. Try to spot the positive things happening to you everyday and write them down. We are programmed to pay more attention to negative things thn to the positive ones. You must work on developing positive lenses. Life is more fun that way! all the best.

What is aids and what are precaution for aids? Actually I had done sex with more than 3 girls, so I don't have any idea about aids. Can you please tell me?

MSc Psychotherapy -King's College- London, Pg diploma in counselling
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Dear lybrate-user, you should always have protected sex to avoid any kind of problem related to sexual intimacy.
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