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  • Being Emotionally Intelligent in today's world

    Emotional intelligence is the capacity to be self aware, be in control, and express one's emotions in a healthy and effective manner. It helps to have a healthy balance of emotional as well as academic intelligence. Let’s explore why this is…

  • Manage Physical and Emotional Discomfort at Work

    Your body goes through a barrage of changes during pregnancy and your emotions can also be a rollercoster ride!The good news is that these can be managed to a great extent so that it doesn't interfere with your performance at work.

  • Exercise and Fitness for the Expectant Mother

    Regular exercise is a good idea to cope with emotional and physical changes during pregnancy. Here are some points and precautions to keep in mind before you plan your exercise regime.

  • Coping with changes during pregnancy

    Being pregnant implies a whole lot of changes, not only physical but emotional as well. Here are some strategies to deal with these changes.

     

  • What is Emotional Intelligence?

    Emotional intelligence can be described as the capacity to be self aware, be in control, and express one's emotions in a healthy and effective manner. It helps us handle important interpersonal relationships with empathy and better self awareness. Let us look at the various ways it can benefit us.

  • Guilt Of A Working Mother

    Working mothers face quite a few challenges both at home and the workplace. Ask any working mom what she finds most difficult and the top answer would be guilt. The time spent away from her children and the home is something that all working mothers deal with. While some may enjoy pursuing a career, others work out of necessity. In either case, the emotions that all mothers go through are the same. Here we take a look at how to work through these challenges and deal with the emotions.

  • Bedwetting

    If your child is above four years old and wets his bed, you are not alone. Don't blame, criticize, restrict or punish the child who has wet the bed. Here are some facts about bedwetting, which will broaden your perspective and help you to find ways to cope with it. 

  • Coping with an Unwelcome Pregnancy

    Contrary to popular belief, pregnancy is not always greeted with joy and excitement. If you are not prepared to be a parent you may feel confused and depressed on getting this news. And to add to it, you also feel guilty about your feelings. When you are assailed with so many doubts, you are bound to feel that something is wrong with you. Well, this may not necessarily be the case as some women do go through such mixed feelings.

  • Gender Differences in Emotion

    Women across the world complain about their partners saying, "He never talks about his feelings" or worse, "He is so insensitive - he turns around and goes to sleep even if I am crying!" There are exceptions to every rule, it is generally said that women are more emotional and communicative while men are practical and solution focused. Let us read further and understand why.

  • Financial Crisis: Overcoming fear and stress

    News of the crashing stock-market, recession, layoffs, salary cuts, and the uncertain financial situation is certainly a cause of great stress to most people. In the current economic situation the fear of unemployment is also very real. Experts recommend a number of steps that could be helpful, and warn against others that are actually counter-productive. Here is a look at some of these.

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