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 the sixteen years, I spent on planet earth. It took me only 11 to realize that life is nothing but millions of problems strung together and momentarily spaced up by superficial happiness that we ge
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:
On the last day of my board exams, five of my friends accompanied me home to celebrate our victory over the monstrosity called exam season. Even though I should have been wild with joy at the prospect of finally spending a few well-earned hours of fun with my best buds after a long month of uncompromising hard work, my mind wandered over to the Instagram account on my forgotten phone, neglected until then. It is then when I realized just how deeply Instagram has affected our lives, and like every single thing in this world, it had two sides of a coin to consider.
A family is the essence of everyone’s life and who doesn’t want to have a happy family! Not a single family, I have ever seen goes without any arguments or discussions, but that is also a part of life and one must face it with guts. Now, not ironically but ironically a family is incomplete when it hasn’t any gossip about a mother-in-law and daughter-in-law 🙂 So, how is it ironical! Because that’s the topic of discussion today. Earlier, when you want to share your opinion; it was only magazine’s or newspapers that too restricted to some women only. But now is the time of internet, and here social media has given a new podium to every woman to pen down her experiences with the help of many websites or blogs, so I grabbed my opportunity to touch this sensitive topic with my point of view…
Blind dating is a meeting of two strangers for a date and to know each other better. Blind dates are in many ways similar to any other type of conventional dating except some extra caution that you need to take before going for a blind date. Like any other date, you want your blind date also to go well so that you can have a chance to see him/her again.