Can a single parent raise a happy child? How can a single mom or dad provide a child all the love and care he needs? Is it possible…
How to improve your overall productivity and take complete charge of your life? What holds you back? What stops you to fill the gap between what you want…
Motherhood is challenging, let's accept this. It is a never-ending duty and a life-time commitment with your children to train them and support them. In spite of all the challenges, a mother thrives to strive for perfection.
You are the only person who intimately knows what you want to accomplish in life and what kind of achievement will have the greatest meaning, fulfillment, and impact in your life. You are the only one who has the power to make a difference in your life by making certain alterations in your thought process and your belief system.
We all need a little bit positivity in relationships, it only makes the journey remarkable. Saving your relationship with positivity is an art, let's discuss.
Social Anxiety or social phobia is a mental condition wherein you find it very difficult to gel with people you meet at the social gathering or some family events. With the fear of getting judged or labeled, you feel uncomfortable.
2020 has been rough and more and more people have entered the digital world and OTT platforms have been on the all-time hit, so when you are busy binge-watching series on movies on Netflix and amazon prime, why not watch something inspirational as well?
Teachers are presumed to be the role-model of our society. They have to be perfect at everything they do because they are teachers and they know everything. But they can be stressed too.
Practicing self-care is mostly considered as being selfish. Have you ever heard a woman saying, that I need a day off? They work 24*7 like an unpaid caregiver and they simply whittle themselves in order to keep everything in order and everyone happy.
One of the interesting facts about our mind is that it has a difficult time distinguishing between reality and imagination. Our body stimulates the same neural networks, causing blood pressure, breathing, and heart rate to respond to the reality of getting a thing done or imagining it.