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My husband is alcoholic, he takes daily, and I am fed up of this habit pls. Give me some suggestions to stop the habit of taking alcohol.
My father is 74 years old, he forgets everything like where he worked, what is home address etc, now days he wants to go out of the house frequently, once he had gone and didn`t returned one whole night, luckly we found him, what is his problem and treatment also.
Hi. Body ache sometimes A lot so I am using diclofenac plus tablet. Could you suggest me another medicine.
Jab tension mein gussa aa jaya tab kya karna chahiye. Gussa ko control karna muskil hota hai kya karu. Aur saar bhe dard hota hai. Kaam ki tension ho ya ghar mein tension . Aisa kya karu. Tension se mukti mile.
Dear Sir/madam, I am suffering with cough from two days onwards. While coughing time chest past giving more pain. And body pains also more. Kindly give the remedy.
My father have passed away a month ago. When ever I see his photo or thinking about him. I can't able to control myself. The same issue my mom is also facing. What can I do for it.
I have started facing issues controlling anger and I tend to over think a lot. I also have trust issues and this is ruining my marriage. I am not able to access the situation's complexity and end up over reacting. I also feel less confident and due to all these issues I am not able to concentrate on my work, moreover my marriage is falling apart. My wife has a male best friend and this thing is not going well with me. She has told me several times that he is just a friend and I should trust her but I have started eating up her space. I ask too many questions to her and keep doubting her. I want to overcome this situation and improve my mental health.
How can I withdrawn smoking since I am smoking from last couple of years and I am getting habitual of it My age is 21.
Sir give me the nutritious diet and exercise chart so that my brain start working, m feeling very dull and lazzy. Not even able to concentrate on anything and feels sleepy all day even after a long sleep. Please sir help me please.
What happens if type 2 diabetes is not controlled and the sugar levels are very high? What happens when the blood sugar is suddenly decreased or increased? Do the sugar levels increase by stress or tension or unbalanced food is the only cause? What could a person do to maintain a normal sugar level?
I am a student and I am unable to concentrate whenever I try to study, my mind wanders so can you please suggest me any way so that I can concentrate properly.
I am a young female I am 20/years old I feel sometimes dealing with stress for no reason I get anxious talking to people and find it impossible to connect with others.
My wife's period falls on 27 but this month she didn't felt it till now but she is felling vomiting and anxiety and tiredness and body pain. I thought these are pregnancy symptoms so she got preganews test in the morning but it was negative. Is the test was sure or we should wait for any decision. Please suggest what should we do now.
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?'