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Grief is an inevasible experience in life, although the intensity will vary depending upon respective coping mechanisms. Attachment is the root of grief and human beings are always living in an inter-subjective world with relationship with others hence we bond with family members, friends, relatives and grief upon their loss is inescapable. As Queen Elizabeth II put it, ‘Grief is the price we pay for love.’

A stress less life is yet to be constituted. All of us have experienced it thus far and regardless of how effectively we manage stress, we continue to experience it in some form. Amongst predominant reasons for causal aspects relating to stress these days, occupational stress i.e. burnout, work & finance related stress and relationship stress tops the charts. The structure of life is such that one has to get up and… Read More

Jim Carey, the Hollywood actor had reading hurdles and was dyslexic. At school his teachers considered him as disruptive. From early days his sense of humour was wacky and unique and to keep him hooked on to day time learning, one of the teacher’s struck a deal with him. He would be given 15 minutes of comedy schedule at the end of the school day. The other kids in the school just… Read More

Buoyancy existed but was discovered in 212 B.C. by Archimedes and stated as ‘Any object, wholly or partially immersed in a fluid, is buoyed up by a force equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by the object.’ A ship floats in water due to the buoyancy principle and indeed is a remarkable discovery.   English language further embraced the word buoyant and formally appended  the synonyms resilient, invigorating, cheerful, light hearted… Read More

Corporate anxiety, deadlines, target pressures, multiplicity of tasks, sales quotas, incessant travel, long hours of work, RFP & project milestones and similar push oriented indulgences put inordinate demand over one’s time. There are various pressures, many of which are self-induced but at what stage of buckle is it construed as a burnout. We experience the above daily and keep rationalizing to ourselves that it is part of the career choice made by us… Read More

The habitat of fish is water and it is woven into the very fabric of its being yet fish doesn’t know about the existence of water just like mankind didn’t know about the presence of air once upon a time. Water has been the only medium it survives in and the fish has had no opportunity to compare its agreeability with any other medium. Not that if such an opportunity to compare arose,… Read More

Why most people don’t take risks or are just happy with incremental risks in their life? What does it take for them to sever the umbilical cord of feed coming to them in terms of money, salary, societal comfort, same friends, same habits, same tasks, same challenges with marginal variance and instead why don’t they intentionally explore uncertainty with the hope that better financial models, more exciting career, new meaningful friends, enriched… Read More

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