Though Malavika Mohanan is always on a slaying spree but these days she is all out there flaunting some very mind-blowing outfits as she is promoting her upcoming Tamil-language film, Master. The actress has also been sharing a lot of pictures on Instagram from her photoshoots. For the recent promotional round, she opted for a paisley printed co-ord set and slayed it effortlessly. Her outfit was pretty and not an expensive number. It costs just INR 12,000, which is easily affordable. So, before you invest in this gorgeous number, let us take a close look at her outfit and decode it. … [Read more...] about Malavika Mohanan’s Paisley Printed Co-ord Set Is Pretty And Easily Affordable; Know It’s Price Inside!
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4. Fatima Sana Shaikh’s Floral Saree On the occasion of Diwali 2020, Fatima Sana Shaikh gave us floral saree goals with her multi-hued floral saree that was adorned with pink, purple, yellow, and green floral accents. The saree was designed by Sabyasachi and Fatima paired it with the signature Sabyasachi belt, which kept her palla impeccable. She teamed her saree with a sleeveless shimmering black blouse. She spruced up her look with minimal accessories that were from Outhouse and the pink frames were from Vijay Opticians. The makeup was highlighted by glossy pink lip shade. The middle-parted sleek tresses rounded out her avatar. … [Read more...] about Happy Birthday Fatima Sana Shaikh: The 5 Stunning Traditional Outfits Of The Ludo Actress
Nora, a 30-year-old health worker, is an individual ranking high in agreeableness. Her compassionate nature makes her an excellent caregiver but also makes her susceptible to low agreeableness people taking advantage of her. Her ex-partner ranked as a low agreeable person and displayed many narcissistic traits; not only did Nora suffer silently from this emotional abuse, but her experience also displays the negative effects of being an agreeable person and not having the ability to stand up for oneself. … [Read more...] about Charmingly Toxic: Personality Theory and Narcissism
Some may say that it sounds like code-switching is a strategy for success. And perhaps the act of code-switching, in and of itself, is not necessarily bad. However, when people feel forced to code-switch in order to prosper in academic or work environments, it can have negative consequences. Downplaying one’s membership in their racial, ethnic, or cultural group can lead to tensions with in-group members, leading to negative interactions with peers, being called “white” or an “oreo,” or claims that the people who you really care about “don’t know who you really are.” Consciously avoiding race-based stereotypes is hard work, and needing to maintain that attentiveness at all times can be emotionally taxing. I am optimistic that one day we will live in a world where being one’s authentic self in organizational environments does not come at the potential cost of success and upward mobility. There are strategies organizations can … [Read more...] about What Is Code-Switching?
In Thriving as an Empath, I emphasize that empaths can have these tendencies but that not all over-givers are empaths. The difference is that empaths absorb the stress, emotions, and physical symptoms of others, something not all givers do. As a highly empathic person, practice protection techniques such as shielding and meditation to deal with the energy absorption issue, which isn’t as intense an issue for a pure over-giver. However, for both empaths and givers, setting boundaries and seeing others as separate, and not simply an extension of yourself, is also part of healing. You are still present, but you can be a great listener and a loyal friend without taking on someone’s problems. … [Read more...] about The Difference Between Being an Empath and a Person Who Gives Too Much