Stand Up Against The Sitting Disease!
Are you comfortable, sitting down.. reading this? Well, don’t be!
5 Ways to Improve Your Resilience
Resilience is the skill of being able to bounce back after a facing difficulties in life. Learn 5 ways to boost your resilience, much like you would boost your immunity to an illness.
Building Resilience in Children
We all want our children to grow up feeling capable of handling life's challenges. But how do we help them develop this resiliency? Find out here.
Strategies to Build Resilience Before Facing Trauma
The process of adapting in adversity or bouncing back from difficult experiences such as family and relationship problems, serious health problems or workplace and financial stressors is known as resilience. Research deems resilience as a skill, which could be developed or learned especially during traumatic events. Find out how to build this skill in yourself.
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.
When your friend is in trouble
We often don't know what exactly to do when our friend is facing a difficulty. We're afraid of doing or saying the wrong thing, which might make the situation worse. We sometimes even avoid meeting someone simply because we're feeling awkward. Here are some things you can think about to help your friend...
Giving negative feedback is dreaded in the personal and professional contexts. Lack of sensitivity and skills in giving constructive feedback can result in feelings of dissatisfaction, unhappiness, resentment, and/or discouragement, none of which serve the purpose for which feedback is intended.
Working Late - What Happens to the Family
"While shiftwork or long working hours are hard on employees, it also affects the whole family. This is especially true for families with young children, and this can lead to communication breakdown and even marital problems. However, these can be overcome with better understanding of the situation and some planning."
Conflict Resolution at the Workplace
Conflict is an inevitable part of our lives, a common misconception regarding conflict is that "Harmony is Normal" and "Conflict is Abnormal". In fact individual differences are a norm rather than an exception. When we accept the fact that people are bound to have differing points of view then we have to agree that conflicts are also normal. Here are some suggestions on how to handle conflict.