Ancient Hindu scriptures say that the body is just a vessel for the soul to practice worldly functions and that it should be treated as such. More than five hundred years later, these words of wisdom
Let me just go on and rip off the band-aid: it doesn’t shock us anymore that our friends, classmates, elder siblings or building buddies are illegally consuming narcotics or drinking underage. The millennial generation is so at ease with this fact, because, well, doing drugs or drinking isn’t really considered odd any more. In fact, if you happen to be (and I quote someone I really can’t name) ‘one of those clean souls’ who swear not to touch alcohol until they can legally do so, you are the one who is considered weird or unusual. This is exactly where peer pressure comes into play.
In all candidness, fathers are great at giving gifts. Sure, that dress might be the ugliest thing that has ever touched your body, and hats aren’t exactly in trend anymore, but we come to cherish them even so. A gift isn’t just the material, but the gift-giver’s feelings concealed in it with a pretty pink bow. It isn’t every day that we appreciate our dads, but on this father’s day (16th June, Sunday) we must put our heart and soul to turn it into one of the best day of their lives, with these awesome and fun it ideas that are sure to plaster a gargantuan smile on their faces.
Communication is a process through which you convey your message, your thoughts to the listener. There are basically three types of communication namely assertive, passive and aggressive communications. Being able to communicate in an assertive manner is essential in strengthening the relationship. Sometimes assertive communications are taken as aggressive.
Teenagers are termed (quite unfairly, in my opinion) as the most disturbed and erratic of the three age group segregation. Sadly, that is bound to be true, given that these years are also the most crucial in shaping our life. Our decisions now will continue to affect us all our lives. In this stage of life, we need parents who understand, support, and guide us, and let us be who we really are. Listed below are a few positive parenting tips from a teenage perspective:
A breakup is painful but unfortunately, it is becoming a normal routine in people’s day to day life. However, carrying the pain of the breakup is better than keeping the relationship with the partner or spouse who has cheated on you. The loss of any relationship will only bring tears and sorrow in your life. But if there is distrust in the relationship, it is better to break up if betrayed sooner or else it will be too late. It depends from person to person how they behave and react when they have decided to break up the relationship. It also depends on the extent they have been hurt when cheated by their partners.
Are you getting married? What do you need to know before you get along with the person as your spouse?
Getting married is one of the biggest steps that you will take in your life. So take time to really evaluate before you take the decision of getting married to the person you have chosen. Many people are undergoing in the process of divorce nowadays. It is becoming more important that you take enough time to think whether you are really ready to devote yourself to the life-long commitment. It is difficult to say whether the relationship you have with your partner currently will work for you in later part of the life. You can not say because people change considerably as they grow old. But still to think on some points before any commitment is a good step. Let’s read some checkpoints.