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Counsellor Shivani Shares her Insight on Women Marrying a Man Younger to Her with World's leading news group - BBC
5 Ways To Maintain Work-Life Balance As A Couple By Relationship Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo
In today’s fast-moving lifestyle with a demanding professional life, daily traffic congestions, mounting EMIs and other day-to-day challenges, couples end up with little time to spend at home, with each other. Hence, many couples today are struggling to sustain the romance and bonding in their relationship and this is gradually becoming a major reason for separation in today’s society.
That is why maintaining a balance between your personal and professional life becomes of utmost importance for couples. Here are some vital tips to juggle day-to-day work responsibilities while not sacrificing quality time with your partner.
Relationship Counselor Shivani Misri Sadhoo in Conversation with Femina Magazine Shares that all Disagreement with Your Partner isn't Bad
Are you in a relationship with a manipulative person? Here are a few telltale signs:
If you are in a relationship where you feel that you are being taken for a ride, chances are, your partner is manipulating you. Dealing with such a partner is tricky because it’s often hard to detect this manipulation. Here, relationship experts & marriage counselor Shivani Misri Sadhoo give us points to call out a such a relationship.
The guilt trip If they send you on a guilt trip after every argument, even when it’s not your fault, it’s a high probability that you are being manipulated. They try to manipulate your emotions by making you feel as if you don’t care, even when you do.
Undermining your confidence Manipulators want to control you, which means that they don’t want you to be confident. They try to destroy your confidence by making.
Eminent Psychologist and Marriage Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo share Tips for Newlyweds on how to Handle In-laws Relationships with Femina Magazine
Dealing with a partner, who loves to gossip, can be detrimental to your relationship, Delhi's eminent relationship experts & marriage counsellor shares how to deal with a partner who loves to tittle-tattle with Hindustan Times newspaper.
Counselor Shivani Misri Sadhoo Shares Insight on Today's Generation's View on Arrange Marriage Vs Love Marriage in the Leading Hindi Magazine Vanita
Relationship Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo Shares Her Psychological Insight on the Viral Hit Wink of Priya Prakash Varrier with Indian Express Newspaper
What’s this song and dance over a wink of Priya Prakash Varrier in 'Oru Adaar Love' ? It’s all in the mind of the audience
Recently, a wink caught the eye of the nation and a teenager was forced to drag the matter to the highest court in the land after a complaint was filed against her over the gesture. Malayalam actress Priya Prakash Varrier became an overnight sensation after a video clip of a song from her upcoming movie Oru Adaar Love, in which she can be seen winking flirtatiously went insanely viral and prompted a tidal wave of memes. However, soon the young star found herself in the eye of the storm, after a section of Muslims lodged FIRs against her and the film-maker for hurting religious sentiments. Some Muslims believe that the song was sung by the Prophet to profess his love for his first wife.So, what is in a wink and how can it offend someone?
According to psychologists, the context and culture of a place must be taken into account before coming to any conclusions on the gesture. “Culturally winking is not taken negatively in the West while it is objectionable in the Middle East,” Dr Shivani Misra Sadhoo, a Delhi-based psychologist told The Sunday Standard.
Speaking of the psychology behind winking, Shivani said that interpretation of the gesture is solely dependent on the situation.“Winking can denote that two people are just having fun. It may also be a sign of two friends communicating. And yes, there also is a flirtatious connotation to it,” she said....
14’Th February is that day of the year when we celebrate our relationships and express our love. But Delhi’s eminent Relationship and Marriage Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares that celebrating one Valentine day in a year is not enough. In healthy & blissful relationships, couples don’t wait for a special occasion to show their appreciation. They genuinely enjoy doing nice things for one another “just because” ― they value each other and no prompting is required.
Whether it’s a ‘hi’ message or call, happy couples always reach out. They call to say, ‘I’m running late’, or ‘do you need me anything on my way back home?’ These may sound simple text messages but they, in reality, convey that person is thinking about their partner and helps the couples to stay emotionally connected.
2. They never forget to compliment their partner.
Remember happy couples may not be always texting lovey-dovey messages like “you’re the best husband /wife of the word” but they definitely acknowledge each other’s contributions like, “oh you made a fabulous breakfast today”, “I am very impressed by the way you teach the kids”, etc.
Although some couples do well without positive feedback, the majority of people like at least a little bit of verbal appreciation for their contribution and happy couples do maintain that ratio.
3. They act generously
Whether moving clothes to the dryer for their partner or watching the same romantic movie again, which their partner loves, highly fulfilled couples tend to maintain great satisfaction from being thoughtful and generous toward their partner rather than scorekeeping.
4. They regularly say ‘thank you.’
No matters what is the duration of their partnership be it one year or half a century of togetherness, happy couples keep their relationship fire alive and burn it bright by regularly noticing their partner’s contributions to their life. People want to be reminded that they are invaluable and secure couples understand that this should be frequent. Acknowledging your partner’s efforts and contributions consistently build an even deeper connection.
5. And never forget to say ‘I love you.’
Generally, after the initial stages of a relationship – couple uses “I love you” mostly on special occasions – Valentine ’s Day, birthdays, anniversaries etc. Sometimes the expression of “I love you” comes from one partner and the other one follows. But in a happy relationship, both partners initiate saying it and they do it when it’s unprompted, unsolicited, and unexpected and when they say “I love you” they mean it from their bottom of their heart.