A lot of times it happens that we love a person (could be our friends, family, partner, and so on), but are unable to articulate our feelings enough. Love often requires actions to foster a fulfilling relationship, which is where the role of love languages comes into play. Wondering what are the various love languages and why do we need them? How should you identify your own love language? Read on to know.
Why do some people feel that they don’t deserve that good opportunity that has come their way, and sometimes even let it slide from their fingers? This stems from an inferiority complex also know in the industry as Imposter Syndrome. The article explains what Imposter Syndrome is and how to combat it.
While juggling between school, extracurricular activities, work, and social life, teenagers face many new experiences and challenges, which sometimes might get difficult to cope with. What helps some people bounce back faster and stronger from challenges relative to others? This article talks about what resilience is, five questions to help you check your resilience levels, and the need to seek help at the right time.
Problem solving techniques are some of the most practical set of techniques that are required in all fields and areas of study, a whole array of professions and careers, and in general everyday life. This article provides a few creative problem solving techniques, techniques of resolving conflict, and the steps of problem solving methods.
We are often led to believe by others around us that the formula to happiness is a degree + job + house + car + life partner. But, is figuring out one’s career and life a linear process? Perhaps, not! We all go through our share of confusions and hiccups before we discover the best versions of ourselves. This article elaborates on how one can effectively deal with career uncertainty.
Sports is much more than just winning or losing a game. Pursuit of sports brings with it important lessons that can help us deal more effectively with the different situations life throws at us. In this article, a practising sports psychologist talks about what all sports teaches us beyond the field.
Extra curricular activities are a great way to diversify your interests, find things to enjoy doing in your free time, as well as provide a deeper reflection of who you are on your portfolio. If you’re unsure of which activity to pick up, this article provides a few co curricular activities and extracurricular activities examples in different fields, as well as how to go about pursuing them, to help you find one that fits your personality and talents.
The article is a simple and easy-to-follow A-Z detailing of cost-effective mental health practices that we should inculcate and follow in our lives. It talks about eating mindfully, reading, exercising, and much more, explaining each point in brief as to why it is helpful for our mental health.
Does your teenage child often refuse to go to school? If yes, is it only sometimes and reasonable, or does the frequency of your child refusing to go to school bother you? This article talks in detail about what is school refusal in teenagers, possible reasons, and what can you as a parent do to intervene and come up with a school refusal treatment plan.
Spending time with family and friends, celebrating, eating one’s favourite food, and celebrating in different ways, most of us look forward to festivals. However, there might be a segment of people for whom festivals may not be all fun and frolic. Let us discuss how festivities may cushion mental health for many but may not for some, and what the latter may do to cope with it.