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Ways to boost self-esteem after a break up


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Broken heartNo matter who initiated the break, the end of a relationship is hard on one’s ego. While going through the grieving process, it’s important to move on with your life. Jumping into another relationship to build your self-esteem is not really the answer to the post-break up blues and self-doubts. Try some of these other tips to help put the past behind you, and look towards your future, with more confidence and self-esteem.

Aesthetics: Whether you are a man or a woman, having a fresh start often means changing your look. You may have been in a long-term relationship and ‘let yourself go.’ Many times there is a sense of complacency in long-term relationships, and our personal style and fitness might suffer. Take an honest look at yourself and let’s make some positive changes to boost your self-esteem.

Hair and Make up: Changing and updating a hairstyle can be an important step in making you feel good about yourself after a break up. Both Men and Women can benefit from spending some time at a salon and updating their personal hairstyle. Put your trust in the stylist and allow them to suggest new looks for you. Be daring and take a leap. Changing your hair, and learning how to create fun new do’s with it is a great way to start off your transformation.

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The Lucky Young Things


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The Lucky Young ThingsMeet Jenny. Young, attractive and articulate, Jenny is typical of today’s youth – a pretty vocal member of a very self-centered world. Her philosophy – ME, MYSELF and MINE – is also the credo of her generation.

Focused on her chosen track of professional success and financial independence, she unabashedly admits, “I can accept nothing but the best. My clothes have to be the best. My cell phone and all my personal belongings are top class brands. My husband too is a classy man. Nothing but the best for him, wife included!”

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Hey dude, are you ready for marriage?


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Ready for Marriage?Mom has been after you to settle down. Says she wants to see her grandchildren before she breathes her last. Dad too has been saying pretty much the same thing.

Your best friend has just tied the knot and it’s been a nice experience visiting him and his new wife; watching her fuss over your friend has kindled a hitherto unacknowledged desire in you to have someone young and pretty as your companion as well. The only difference is that you want a working woman, smart and hep, able to claim her own space in this world.

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How to find the bridge between dreams and goals


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NegativityMost Indians I have discovered, are not only risk-averse but also joy-averse. We have been programmed since childhood, never to trust people, things, money, good fortune… in short life itself.  

So when we grow up and what seems like a golden opportunity, comes our way, we are incredulous. We tell ourselves… “I know this is not for me, It’s too good to be true, there must be a catch somewhere. This may work for others, but not for me.” This is what you would call a negative attitude. And negativity is the worst thing, the ugliest facet of a human being. Because the truth is, you can’t accomplish anything without the power of positive thoughts.

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Is marriage a partnership based on give and take?


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Financial responsibility in marriageThe relationship between spouses is often defined as a partnership. A relation wherein each of the partners share responsibilities and duties equally. But is that what marriage is really about?

Rita for instance is probably the closest one will come to when describing the ideal wife. She is kind, caring, understanding and always willing to chip in when Rajat is in a spot. However, when Rajat found himself struggling to pay off a personal loan to finance his sister’s marriage, Rita refused to chip in. Her reason being that it was his responsibility and she was unwilling to take undue stress upon herself trying to help him pay it off.

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