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In today's hyper-sharing world, you sometimes need to step back, detach from the drama, and get in touch with your inner self, if you want to remain sane.
In today’s hyper-sharing world, you sometimes need to step back, detach from the drama, and get in touch with your inner self, if you want to remain sane.
“If you keep your head when all about you are losing theirs…”
These immortal lines by Rudyard Kipling hold true even today, even more, as we stand on the edifice of a modern explosive era. There are conflicting views on just about everything. Opinions come from every corner on each philosophy you hold dear.
You as a woman are left wondering, “Are you a feminist or are you traditional?” As a mother you wonder, “Are you doing too little or too much?” As a girl you wonder, “Should you be ambitious or homely or both?”
I am sure men undergo the same kind of doubts, with the changing views about relationships.
There are pressures at work, at home, at the gym, at the park! There are activities you want to pack in, but your day just does not seem to squeeze in all that you want to do! You feel life is slipping by and you are falling behind in the race to success. You are afraid that you will not get another chance at doing all those deeply held desires you have. A lifetime seems insufficient!
Tell yourself this: “Detach From Drama”; that is what our angels are saying today. Most likely you have worked up a frenzied script of doom and gloom. So if you have to imagine yourself as a tree your branches at the moment are drooping down lifeless.
It’s time to cut the drama with the following –
Angels wish the best for you but you have to co-participate in creating your own wellness.
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Neena Gupta’s take on love between a man and woman opens a can of worms. She’s speaking her truth, which is a reality for so many people, but is it universal?
Neena Gupta made a statement in her interview with Humans of Bombay that she doesn’t believe love exists between a man and a woman. She said it starts off with lust, which then changes into affection, and becomes a habit. The only love she’s ever known and felt is for her daughter, Masaba.
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Her statement about love evoked some vehement reactions ranging from she’s not met the right man to “blood runs thicker than water”.
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Do you find yourself reaching for a bar of chocolate or a bowl of ice cream when you are upset? Well, finding comfort in food is common and is part of a practice called Emotional Eating.
People who emotionally eat are found to do so several times a week to suppress their negative feelings. They may later regret on doing so and this becomes a vicious cycle leading to multiple eating disorders and weight related stress
What causes someone to eat emotionally? Anything from work stress to financial woes, health issues and even relationship struggles can be the root cause of emotional eating. It’s an issue which affects both sexes, but is more common in women than in men.
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