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2911, 2015

Forgiveness: Bitter Sweet Medicine

By |November 29th, 2015|0 Comments

When I was dealing with my first marital infidelity case for therapy, the idea of forgiveness stuck out like a sore thumb – so crucial, yet ever so difficult. Since then, I have found this process of forgiveness to play a large role in my work with clients, and hence [...]

708, 2015

My First White Hair and the Wisdom I Plucked

By |August 7th, 2015|2 Comments

Looking at the silvery white hair stirred mixed emotions in me. It fuelled all the conflicts I am going through as a growing adult and the answers seem yet so far away. The meaning of life is not a random rain drop that gets us excited, neither it is a [...]

2305, 2015

Perfectionism… Just Out of Reach!

By |May 23rd, 2015|3 Comments

There’s quite a thin and rather blurred line between “wanting to do something well” and “wanting to do something perfectly”. It’s interesting how much value society places on perfectionism – the perfect husband, he perfect wife, the perfect child, the perfect family the perfect student, the perfect teacher and so [...]

808, 2013

Sometimes all you gotta do is say

By |August 8th, 2013|0 Comments

I often think that we have the most amazing ability of expression, of letting people around us know how we feel about them, how we value their presence. Do we always realize that? Or does time slip out of our hands and it remains unexpressed love, unshared pain, and an untold story as the other [...]

708, 2013

Why do Romantic Relationships end?

By |August 7th, 2013|0 Comments

“I think a relationship is like a shark. It has to constantly move forward or it dies.” – Woody Allen How true! Have you ever wondered why is it that today, romantic relationships seem to be formed and broken at almost the same speed? While conducting a research in college [...]

608, 2013

From Red to Blue, the Journey That Changed me

By |August 6th, 2013|0 Comments

The mirror gawked at me as though I am an undesirable being; everyone did, I was often made fun of for my appearance and inefficiency. I regularly felt so lost and stupid, and spent time depressed and isolated. Being the only child is not easy and worse when they expect [...]