Seema Malhotra replied to the topic Be Happy in the forum Be Happy 2 weeks, 6 days ago
Besides the basics like my health and the health of my loved ones, I need two things to be happy.
I need people around me to be happy. Not in a fake way, and of course not all the time. I have to surround myself with people who view life as I do, with humor and optimism and a down-to-earth personality. I would rather be by myself than be…[Read more]
Seema Malhotra replied to the topic Stress in the forum How to deal with stress? 3 weeks, 2 days ago
Stress is “a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or demanding circumstances.” According to Neil Shah of the Stress Management Society, a non-profit group, “Recent research shows that the body is designed to experience intense stress two or three times per month.” At some point in our lives we all express stress…[Read more]
Seema Malhotra replied to the topic Stress management in the forum General discussion 3 weeks, 2 days ago
Because it makes general discussion impossible by making certain subjects, opinions and even facts ‘no-go zones’ out of fear of the other party feeling ‘offended’ ‘triggered’ or whatever other buzz word.
As a certain psychology professor, specialized in totalitarian regimes, in Toronto puts it: free speech is the mechanism of how democracies…[Read more]
Seema Malhotra replied to the topic Happy Life in the forum Be Happy 3 weeks, 3 days ago
Buddha’s Guide To Happy Life:
Four desires of a Human Being:
Don’t want to be poor. Wants to be rich. Wants to be independent.
Respect in society. Respect among his peers.
Know the meaning of life.
Be the master:
Learn as many skills as you can.
Swimming, Photography, Calligraphy, Entrepreneurship,Job or whatever you do. Learn it…[Read more]
Seema Malhotra replied to the topic What's the best way to react when someone is shouting at you in anger? in the forum Anger can be controlled 1 month ago
Stay Calm. I know it sounds clichéd but trust me,it works. I have tried it. Atleast,I can assure you that it works.
When someone is angry,their rationality goes for a toss, after a point. Consequently,the anger becomes direction less. So,if you also start shouting at them in anger it will turn into a tumultuous situation leading to an argument.…[Read more]
Seema Malhotra replied to the topic What is basic duty of wife in a happy marriage life? in the forum Marriage Life & Relationships 1 month ago
ohh dear there is no duty is there, his work or her work , marrying is nothing but a bond. if u want to live happily u want to concentrate on your health by choosing food meditation yoga and other activist . mostly you want to understand other feelings also. for happy life . teach what you know to others. this the only way to live happy life
Seema Malhotra replied to the topic Positive in the forum Be Happy 2 months ago
A person who prays often and thanks god for everything experiences immense positivity in everything in life.
Seema Malhotra replied to the topic Peer pressure in the forum Marriage Life & Relationships 1 year ago
Try using the following strategies:
– Give yourself permission to avoid people or situations that don’t feel right and leave a situation that becomes uncomfortable. Work on setting boundaries. It’s OK for you to do what is best for you.
– Check in with yourself. Ask, “How am I feeling about this?” “Does this seem right to me?” “What are the pros…[Read more]
Seema Malhotra replied to the topic Stop drinking alcohol in the forum General discussion 1 year ago
If you want to stop drinking alcohol as part of a move towards a healthier lifestyle, cutting down on the amount of alcohol you drink as opposed to giving up alcohol completely can help bring lots of health benefits, and can be easier to stick to. Reducing the amount you drink can also be an effective stepping stone to giving up alcohol completely…[Read more]
– Avoid temptation
– Give up or gradually reduce your drinking
Seema Malhotra replied to the topic Problems in Married Life in the forum Marriage Life & Relationships 1 year ago
Good one.. well written, Ravi
Seema Malhotra replied to the topic Stress in the forum How to deal with stress? 1 year ago
Unwanted intrusive thoughts are stuck thoughts that cause great distress. They seem to come from out of nowhere, arrive with a whoosh, and cause a great deal of anxiety. The content of unwanted intrusive thoughts often focuses on sexual or violent or socially unacceptable images. People who experience unwanted intrusive thoughts are afraid that…[Read more]
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Seema Malhotra replied to the topic Emotions in the forum General discussion 1 year ago
I noticed something that guys are so practical and we girls are so emotional. And that practicality of boys annoys us and we wonder how this comes to them like that.
We girls got so emotionally attached to them that they breaks us when we start trusting them. So far I got to believe that practicality is being friendly with everyone but trusting…[Read more]
Seema Malhotra replied to the topic yes in the forum Anger can be controlled 1 year ago
Very true what Dilip Says
Seema Malhotra replied to the topic How to use logical thinking to overcome emotions? in the forum Anything is easy if you get used to it 1 year ago
You have the power to decide what you focus on. Emotions may take a toll on you sometimes but you have to lift yourself up each time you find yourself sinking in heavy dose of emotions. Act like a brat, take charge of the situation and deal with it like a boss. Practice doping this and logic will prevail over emotions.
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