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Complexes and Inhibitions…and How To Overcome Them


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SuccessNothing really beats the self-confidence of little children. As infants and toddlers, we are sure that we can do anything if we try. So we reach out and touch strangers, begin drawing great works of art as soon as a pencil is put in our hands, crawl unhesitatingly towards something that excites our curiosity. Then the conditioning and warnings of our parents and elders begins to get the better of us. ‘Don’t touch!’ ‘Don’t go there!’ ‘Don’t do that!’ and similar cries begin to shape our world.

The problem is, by the time we grow into adults, a lot of these cries have become internalized. Its like we develop a voice inside our heads that says ‘I can’t do this,’ or ‘I’m not good enough’ or ‘I’ll look silly if I even try’. Famous American inspirational writer and speaker Dr. Gerald Jampolsky calls this limiting voice the ‘ego’. He says the ego is that aspect of our mind that refuses to let us grow to our full potential or acknowledge the abundance that is life.  

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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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One precious moment in time


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Flowering AnthuriumsIt was just another of those rushed mornings and Rita was as usual torn between the two household helpers, her little fellow and her blackberry. Finally, she found the much awaited moment which was entirely her own. And after bidding her little one goodbye Rita settled down with her cup of tea.

Briefly glancing through the newspapers. She heard Naveen call out to her from the garden. “Hey Rita, can you come down for a while the anthuriums have begun flowering!” he screamed. Rita put down the paper and popped her head out to catch a glimpse of Naveen and said,” I’ll see it on the way out. I really must hurry up.” Then she walked towards the bathroom. There was no time for breakfast so she walked towards the car busy giving some instructions to her secretary as her chauffer walked behind her with an armful of files.

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Jealousy: The Green Eyed Menace to Married Bliss


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Green Eyed MenaceEver interacted closely with a married couple of over forty or fifty years of marriage? Those of us fortunate enough to have such monumental couples still around us have ample opportunity to observe possible formulae for successful marriages. How do couples manage to stay together for so long, and in such apparent harmony?

In contrast, there is the couple who have just firmed up their relationship two months ago. Lets call them Homme (the man) and Femme (the woman). Every other week, either F is in a sulk with H over the excess time he is spending with this friends, or H is angry that F has been talking too much about her ex-boyfriend, M. The pull and push of their mutual attraction-antagonism continues week after week (extremely tiresome to some of their friends, but intensely riveting for them!). Feeding this cycle is the green eyed monster of Jealousy.

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The pleasures and pitfalls of role reversal


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The pleasures and pitfalls of role reversalOkay, if you are a die-hard traditionalist and you lack the guts needed to break moulds, just don’t read on. Or go pick up ‘Gone with the Wind’ where men stalk the earth like giants and women keep house, tend wounds, attend deliveries and well, you know what I mean!!

When Reena fell in love with a gentle, unambitious musician, little did she realise how her life, her value systems and her finances were all in for a major shake-up. With a typical Type A father- achiever, leader, decision maker, etc, she had taken that side of men for granted. But here was Chotu, not comfortable with being assertive, and really not earning enough to take them places. Initially she thought ‘yikes, I’d better get out of this one’, but she realised how special the man had become to her. Did money and success really matter so much? She would ponder this, while watching him pat a street dog, fix her a delicious meal or spoil her when she was sick?.there was so much to him, what did the traditional labels matter?

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