Home Astrology Horoscope Horoscope oi-Lekhaka By Lekhaka on October 14, 2019 Read your weekly horoscope to get information related to your whole week and make it special. Let us know what is in store for you this week. Aries: 21 March - 19 April This week will be very auspicious for the Aries. You will get many opportunities to have fun with friends and family. This week will bring many positive changes in your personal and professional life. Something religious would be organized in your house and there will be happiness and peace. On the other hand, love will increase among the family members. During this time, you can earn good money and you will also be able to save. On the work front, this time will be full of ups and downs. You will perform well in the office; however there will be some cases in which you will not be able to get the support of your superiors, which may disappoint you. You have to think carefully and make your financial decisions so that you can … [Read more...] about Weekly Horoscope: 13 October To 19 October
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Home Health Wellness Wellness oi-Amritha K By Amritha K on December 15, 2019 While the preparation for one's wedding day is primarily focused on the aspects of attire, gifts, decorations, invitations, venue, looks, photographs and alike, one of the major aspects is often overlooked; and that is premarital health check-up. A premarital health check-up is a test that offers an important health assessment of soon-to-be-married couples. The test includes checking for genetic, infectious and transmissible diseases, to prevent the risk of transmitting any disease to each other and their children [ . It helps the couple in taking care of each other and their combined family. Although everyone should undergo a preventive health check-up once every year, a premarital check-up can be done about six months before the wedding. The test aids in identifying injuries, genetic blood diseases, such as sickle-cell anaemia - or infectious diseases, such as hepatitis B, C, and HIV/ … [Read more...] about What Is The Importance Of Premarital Health Checkups?
OK, Boomer What can we learn from college students? Rates of anxiety and depression are on the rise, the future of the planet is uncertain, and millenials and Gen Xers increasingly get a bad rap in the workplace. The classic formula of blaming the victim doesn’t help us understand what is happening with our young people and how they can best cope with the current world circumstances. How about ancient wisdom, presented by modern psychology? Making Mindful Self-Compassion Accessible A group of seasoned clinician-researchers in Norway, including Per-Einar Binder and esteemed colleagues, has been studying how age-old wisdom, delivered in modern, digestible bites, can help college students adapt more effectively to the fluid, frightening and uncertain environment which characterizes the world of 2020. Their team developed a series of three 90 minutes workshops based on Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC), with manageable personal practices to transform one’s relationship with oneself … [Read more...] about 5 Lessons from College Students on Applied Self-Compassion
When the Sizzle Fizzles Some couples experience fireworks on a first date, followed by a whirlwind romance that gains momentum quickly. The first few weeks of a new relationship might include a steady stream of movies, fancy dinners, rollerblading at the local park, and hours of fascinating conversation. Fast forward one year—and the schedule has changed. Now-established couples watch Netflix at home to save money, buy groceries once a week instead of eating out, and rather than engage in constant chatter, enjoy each others company relaxing in comfortable silence. Many couples are thrilled to have transitioned from fast-paced to peaceful and embrace a daily routine without the stress and pressure of planning a steady stream of dates. Other couples, however, once the initial sizzle begins to fizzle, get bored. Not to fear: For those who want to infuse their relationship with energy and excitement, research indicates there are healthy, … [Read more...] about Relationship Boredom? Here’s How to Spice Things Up
Source: Ingram Publishing (ingimage) Many long for the presence of caring touch in their daily life, and the absence of it can cause loneliness, insecurity, and stress. Caring touch is of great importance to your mental and physical well-being, and I urge you to be more intentional about hugging, massaging, tickling, and snuggling than you do today. The Overlooked Human Need All people have a fundamental need for closeness and caring touch to feel good both mentally and physically. When you are affectionately touched and cared for by another human being whom you feel comfortable with, it releases the hormone oxytocin, which relieves stress and helps you feel more social. Lack of touch, on the other hand, can lead to a condition widely known as skin hunger, and unfortunately, it is something children today experience too. If your children are not touched, they can get into some kind of deficit state that can lead to negative mental health as well as show up as psychosomatic … [Read more...] about Hugs… Your Child Craves Them!