Rejections are hard - they are inevitably one the most difficult experiences a human has to go through, personally or professionally and if not handled productively it can have devastating effects. How a person deals with rejections ultimately determines his course towards success, but handling rejections positively doesn't seem as easy as it sounds. especially… Continue reading Rejection is merely a redirection, a course correction to your destiny.
Emotional validation and invalidation, two different but essential aspects of understanding human nature. So what does emotional validation is? It’s about understanding and accepting another person’s emotional experience. Invalidation is when the person’s emotions are rejected, ignored, or undermined. When someone undermines our emotions, it’s a painful experience, especially for people who have been survivors… Continue reading Emotional Validation and why it’s important?
A serious fact for all of us, at some point we all have acted toxic on way or another be it in a relationship or professional life. Damaging our ways with people on way or another. Being toxic is something no one is immune to, but the key is to identify, improve and balance. Whether… Continue reading Letting go of negativity and changing your life for good
It has been 10 days since I last went outside for some groceries and stuff. It's not easy to stay home and work-life many of us find struggling but here is how I'm keeping up with my daily life. I hope it helps. 1. Wakeup as you would for your everyday office. I'm not working… Continue reading My #Stayhome routine!
What is micromanagement? It’s my way or highway that is commonly used idiom in micromanagement which indicates an authority of either take it or leave it to employee or subordinate who is not able to negotiate or challenge the person in authority. An employee should either do as he is been told or he can… Continue reading My way or the highway – why micromanagement is exhausting?
Originally published on Express tribune There is a common myth about sexual abuse. Many people believe that boys cannot be abused and even if they are, they argue that sexual abuse is less harmful to boys than to girls. This myth also implies that boys and men cannot be sexually abused because they are better able to… Continue reading Male sexual abuse: A myth or fact?
originally published on The express tribune To me she was an ordinary girl ─ every teacher’s favourite, scoring perfect marks in all the exams. Looking at her, I never realised that behind this perfect pretty face lived a tormented girl who held a dark secret. Behind her inscrutable face was a girl who constantly screamed… Continue reading Child abuse: Silence is never the solution, be a fighter!