Based on certain patterns that are observed in couples going through distress, here’s a low down on a few relationship tips that can never go wrong if followed to a T. Taking for granted – Clichéd as it may sound, never take your partner for granted. As the relationship grows old, this becomes a […]
Are you struggling with your emotions around your man and feel as if you are oscillating between two extremes of expressing too much or too little? Do you think you are extra sensitive with him compared to your relaxed, easy going and happy disposition towards other men you aren’t involved with? Well, the answer
In continuation to my last week’s article on Emotional Intelligence (EI), I would like to share some more insight into human emotions. When I read about the latest concept of people hiring relatives or friends for hosting weddings, parties etc., for want of friends or relatives, to showcase their social circle, my first reaction to
The ability to identify, manage and communicate one’s emotions at the same time being able to respond appropriately to the emotions of others is defined as Emotional Intelligence (EI). Emotional Quotient (EQ) or EI as it is popularly known, was always underestimated compared to the Intelligence Quotient (IQ). IQ is the measure of baseline intellect.
Incompatibility is cited as the most common factor responsible for a relationship distress or breakup. Couples simply claim to be incompatible when it comes to any relationship malfunction. It is very easy to blame it on this very noun, but is the problem actually a result of incompatibility or an outcome of something else, is