Relationship issues

Conflicts in Relationships – 6 Ways To Manage It!

By, Peacful Mind, Psychology When the honeymoon phase is over, you might realise that a relationship is a lot of work. And conflicts are unavoidable. There are two very distinct individuals involved in a relationship, and at times both of you will differ on a variety of issues. Thus, here are some…

School Refusal – What is it? Tips to deal with it!

By Ms. Anu Gehlot  , Psychology “Mommy my tummy hurts….” Do you hear this frequently as you’re getting ready to drop your child at school? And, does this tummy ache mysteriously vanish within a few minutes of agreeing to let your child stay home for the day? If this scenario plays out regularly…

7 Steps to a Loving Family Relationship

By Dr. K V Anand , Psychology A lot of parents have strained relationships with their children owing to a variety of reasons- lack of communication, misunderstanding, lack of time etc. This strained relationship results in depression, substance abuse, broken families, suicides, etc. which affect both sides. Thus, it is important to…

Conflicts In Relationships – How To Manage It?

By Dr. J Chadha , Psychology When the honeymoon phase is over, you might realise that a relationship is a lot of work. And conflicts are unavoidable. There are two very distinct individuals involved in a relationship, and at times both of you will differ on a variety of issues. Thus, here are some…

Why do Women Lose their Sexual Desire?

  By Dr. Satinder Singh(sexologist), Sexology A woman’s desire for physical intimacy is based on a complex interaction of many components affecting intimacy, including physical well-being, emotional well-being, experiences, beliefs, lifestyle and current relationship. If you are experiencing a problem in any of these areas, it can affect your sexual desire. Causes-…

5 Reasons Why Arguing Is Healthy in Your Relationship

By Dr. K V Anand , Psychology While constant bickering and fights can be a signal that your relationship is in its last phase, occasional arguments are actually required and completely healthy for your relationship. Mild disagreements which result in arguments are necessary because it makes you aware of how the other…