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Things to consider when giving and receiving criticisms

Things to consider when giving and receiving criticisms

  CRITICISMS can make a re­cipient feel uncomfortable. They may also cause pain to a certain extent, but there are times when you need to say your observation out of concern. Even this gives you a little prob­lem. You don’t know how some­one will react. You worry that in saying what a person needs to […]

Keep good friends

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Keep good friends

  “SOMETIMES in our lives We all have pain We all have sorrow But if we are wise We know that there’s always tomorrow.” As the song says, everybody needs a shoulder to lean on. Friends can help make life bear­able. I’m sure you remember the times you were hurt, disappoint­ed and afraid – and […]

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Make yourself a priority

  I WAS down with the flu for days. Suffering with the rest of humanity during the so-called flu season strengthened my resolve to push for self-care initiatives. “To keep the body in good health is a duty… otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear (Buddha).” You make everybody […]

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Get connected!

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Get connected!

  ARE you secretive, highly independent and a per­fectionist? Loosen up. Express yourself. Connect with family and friends, and accept the fact that nothing is perfect. That will be good for your physical and mental health. Man is a social being. Social interactions increase a person’s sense of belonging and make him find emotional support.There […]

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Make each day a positive thinking day

    SEPTEMBER 13 is “Positive Thinking Day”, “a time set aside each year to concentrate on all things positive”. Stressors of all kinds abound. There are no days of exemption. Irritants and challenges big and small just come even when we don’t want them, so every day must be a positive thinking day. Agree […]

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On love and break-up

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On love and break-up

  WHEN there is love, there is concern. You care about other people’s well-being, safety, and feelings. You avoid doing and saying things which will hurt them. When there is concern, you show and expect honesty and transparency. You don’t keep in­formation to yourself, and you are not angry when asked. You don’t attempt to […]

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