What would help is coming up with and practicing rational, calming self-talk during that time. It helps to reorient you and give you space to pause:
Have you still been stuck in your situation somehow?
Do you get anxious when you think about change?
Do you altogether avoid thinking about change?
If you are in such a space, you are certainly not the only one. You only have to ask a few others before you realize that managing change is real hard work for many people, or maybe, for most people.
Considering how common a situation this is, we at Inner Space decided to get together and write about change, why it is difficult, how it feels to be stuck and how one can settle into change a little more easily.
Do read our article and let us know what your struggles with change have been like.
We frequently come across news articles about crowds getting violent. Irrespective about the issue at hand, mob violence can at times reach unsteadying and riot-ike heights.
Have you wondered why this happens?
Why people who are generally peaceful or law-abiding turn aggressive in an angry crowd?
What do we actually mean by "mob mentality"?
Is there any way to curb this?
This article by mid-day speaks to Sadia Raval and professionals from various fields such as law, education and psychology to explore and understand these very questions. An interesting read, for sure:
And not prepare the road for our children”
-Dr Wendy Mogel (Clinical Psychologist)
The last couple of decades has seen a big shift in parenting style, especially in the urban set-up. As people move towards better financial stability and as their goals and the time they spend with their children changes, so the way they parent changes. A new breed of parents who believe in giving children everything they possibly can is not uncommon.
However, what do children really need from their parents? And does overly indulging them actually help them to grow?
As therapists who have frequent interactions with parents and children, this concern has been an important part of our team discussions.
So here is our entire team coming together telling you what they think. In this detailed article we cover the reasons parents tend towards overindulgence, the effects on children and new perspectives on what could be done instead!
But we don’t have to. He makes a compelling case to practice emotional hygiene — taking care of our emotions, our minds, with the same diligence with which we take care of our bodies.
Let us think of inclusion not only for differently abled children in schools or for those with mental health issues in society, but also as inclusion of any kind of difference- social, economic, religious, developmental, psychological and so many more. Let us think of inclusion differently- of inclusion as accepting and integrating diversity in every form.
First, to participate in any activity. Whether it would be political; through means of voting or legislative.
Second, Social works in volunteer form or collective form by helping the souls of society.
Third, Economically, by virtue of transaction or reception of money. Economics also satisfy many other meanings here i-e budgeting, calculating, accounting, depositing, investing and employing a staff in an organisation.
Fourth, Religiously and spiritually. It gathers the meanings of worship, rituals, customs, traditions all by the philosophy of religion.
Fifth, Psychologically, to activate and arouse the emotions of any one for the cause of own gains or social gains.
Inclusion is not just a word. In fact, it is a vast notion, theory, philosophy and ideology. Which covers almost all the parameters of modern day sciences; social as well as natural. This word guarantees the true betterment of our world.
We are revisiting the basics!
We are glad to announce that we would be conducting our Basic Mindfulness Workshop on 22nd February and 1st March (both Sundays) at the beautiful Tangerine Arts Studio Through the sessions, we aim to help you gain a deeper understanding into the nature of your mind, while understanding the basics of mindfulness.
These mindfulness sessions will be focused on helping you get centred amidst the chaos of everyday life. Being centred means being able to connect with one’s core-to that space within that is steady and is not too affected by the stressful situations we face. And the good news is that: we already have this space within us :)
Do join us and let friends and family know about it as well.
Click on the event link for further details:
- Inner space-Counseling and AssessmentFounder and Chief Psychologist, present
Style of therapy: Eclectic- A combination of mindfulness practices, somatic psychotherapy and other classical therapeutic approaches.
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Learning Kathak, an Indian classical dance form and absolutely love it
- Post Graduation: Dept. of Applied Psychology- University of MumbaiClinical Psychology, 1997 - 1999
- Graduation: St. Xavier's College, BombayPsychology, 1992 - 1997
- Schooling: St. Anne's High School- Fort, Mumbai1992
- Trainings in Psychotherapy-Integral Somatic Psychotherapy: Trauma Vidya California -Neuroscience and Mindfulness: with Rick Hanson- Sydney Australia -Neurolinguistic Programming -Reality Therapy
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