Articles in Category: Relationships

Body Language And What It Says

on Thursday, 17 November 2011. Posted in Relationships, Mental Health Written By: superadmin

Our body says much more than we do; understand body language

Body Language And What It Says

Imagine if you could decipher whether someone likes you or not, is telling the truth or is lying, or what the other person's feelings are; by just observing his body movements. Unbelievable as it may sound, reading body language is possible and here's how you can master this powerful tool to build better personal and professional relationships.

Effective communication is the cornerstone for every healthy relationship. However communication does not only include what we say to others. It also majorly includes things we don't say with words, but non-verbally through gestures, facial expressions, and attitude. Non-verbal communication or body language is a significant aspect of modern communication. In fact research has proved that majority of messages that we send out while communicating with others are actually non-verbal.

Non-verbal communication or body language, technically known as kinesics (pronounced 'kineesicks' with stress on the 'ee') is not just about how one holds and moves their body, but also includes:

Top 10 Tips On Bonding With In-laws

on Tuesday, 10 January 2012. Posted in Relationships, Mental Health Written By: Archana Mahendra

It may not be easy to bond with your in-laws, but it’s not impossible either!

Top 10 Tips On Bonding With In-laws

Many couples find themselves jittery around their respective in-laws. While bonding with them is important, many do not know how to go about achieving, what seems like a mammoth aim. Here are the top 10 tips to help you bond with your in-laws and build a strong relationship you will always be proud of.

It is rightly said that when you marry someone, you also marry his/her family; and so, not only do you have to accept your in-laws, but also their cultures, customs, values and way of doing things. Often, the difference in the way you like to do things and how your in-laws prefer it done, causes friction in your relationship with your in-laws. These small, but frequent tiffs if not handled well, could sour your relationship with them for life.

Why Do People Continue In Stressful Relationships?

on Monday, 26 March 2012. Posted in Relationships, Mental Health Written By: Shruti Gaddam

Why Do People Continue In Stressful Relationships?

Often we come across people, some quite close to us as well; those who are stuck in relationships that bring them nothing but sadness, depression and continuous frustration. Looking at them one is forced to wonder why would someone choose to be in such a messy mental state and not break free? Why two people who have nothing in common but the incompatibility and misunderstandings need to continue in a stressful relationship?

Reach Out To Your Teen; Bridge The Communication Gap

on Monday, 30 January 2012. Posted in Relationships, Mental Health Written By: superadmin

Learn ways to bond with your teenager and start talking again

Reach Out To Your Teen; Bridge The Communication Gap

Communication gap can create havoc in parent-child relationship and lead to more serious and undesirable repercussions. However, with a little bit of effort, usually initiated by parents, this gap can be bridged and transformed into a strong foundation for a happy family.

Babyhood, toddlerhood and pre-teen years are adorable phases of a child’s life. However, with the onset of teenage begin several problems. Kids suddenly seem more reclusive and irritable. They prefer solitude or peer company. Parents, on the other hand, for whom their babies always remain babies, fail to change with time and alter their way of communicating and bonding with their children. With time, these tiny fissures in parent-child relationship turn into major rifts that can shake the foundation of a happy family.