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Releasing judgment and Allowing Others to Have Their Process

We live in a world of judgment. We quality everything in varying degrees of right and wrong, good and bad, pretty and ugly.

Increasing Substance Use Amongst Youth

The prevalence of substance use today is increasing at an alarming rate, especially for the youth, with an estimate of 50% boys in indea having tried at least one substance by the ninth grade (1991).

Resolving conflicts at work - Rita Bakshi

I am angry - my colleagus spoke to me so rudely My boss is always putting me down - I feel so small I feel my mother is so judgemental of me - I wish she would just listen to my issues

Power of Vulnerability : Leadership in an interconnected

A while ago I had come across an interesting article on what constitutes an effective team. This was a research done by Google to deconstruct successful, productive teams and replicate the findings throughout the organization..

3 Tools to Help You Crush Your Fears

"Fear is a natural reaction to moving closer to the truth." ~Pema Chodron Though there are many events outside of our control, we do have the power to change our own...

Finding a Partner for Life

When it comes to making the decision about choosing a life partner, no one wants to make a misteke Yet, with a *divorce rate of close to 35%-40%, *it appears that many are making serious mistakes in their approach to finding Mr./Miss. Right!

Appreciating the courage - Madhushree Dasgupta

Often time one's decision to seek help for mental health or emotional issues is looked at with raised eyebrows, to say the least. if one were to put oneself in the other person's shoes one would know the...

Active Listening - Mamta Vaish

Research shows that good Leaders are good listeners. Even though business people recognise that listening is one of the most important skills for an effective professional, there is hardly any emphasis on training to be an active listener.

The Fable of Fear and 3 Simple Steps to Conquer It

"Fear: False Evidence Appering Real." ~Unknown Once upon a time, there was a young woman who carred Fear as her constant companion. it wasn't fear of wild animals, impending danger,

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