A good relationship requires balance

It takes one droplet to overflow a glass which is already full right? It takes just one gesture, or word, or look to knock over a relationship if the balance between two sides has not been in equilibrium for a long time. For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction, according to Newton’s Third Law. Everything you do or say has consequences. Being … Continue reading A good relationship requires balance

Psychosomatic disorders – accepting and dealing with them

There are many common examples of physical reactions to stress that everybody recognizes. They are often minor and inconsequential, such as the shake of the groom’s hand when he tries to put the ring on his bride’s finger. Every one of us has, at one time or other, responded physically to emotion, so much so that we do not give it a second thought. Think of … Continue reading Psychosomatic disorders – accepting and dealing with them

Switch your attitude to get better results

Do you, from time to time, catch yourself yelling with a frothing mouth to your colleagues or family members or the guy in the traffic? How often do you lose your temper? Why do you think you are not capable of controlling your emotions and reactions? Even if not always, but sometimes… Anger is a product of hopelessness, desperation, and impatience. When you feel not … Continue reading Switch your attitude to get better results

Change how you react emotionally

I have touched upon Mindfulness earlier in one of my blog posts as you might remember. And this time, I would like to elaborate a little bit further on the subject. The two most essential components of Mindfulness are; Staying mentally in the moment, which includes focussing on thoughts, feelings, sensations, and surroundings; Accepting thoughts and feelings without judgment. In addition to Meditation, the activities … Continue reading Change how you react emotionally

Judging others

We each live in an individual environment, that could be seen only from our point of view. No two people can see the same thing when they look at it from different angles and no two people could be on the same angle with each other unless they are one and the same. For that reason, in my opinion, nobody has the right to judge … Continue reading Judging others