Psychology, Social Psychology

Part 2 : How to be an Adult? – Steps to succeed in 3 marriages!

It is an absolute human certainty that no one can appreciate his/her/its own beauty or perceive a sense of worth until it has been reflected back to him/her/it in the mirror of another caring human being. Social maturity or 'adulting' rests heavily upon understanding the basis of forming high-quality relationships. David Brooks mused about this… Continue reading Part 2 : How to be an Adult? – Steps to succeed in 3 marriages!

Developmental Psychology, Psychology, Social Psychology

Part 1 : How to be an Adult? – Steps to develop a Signature Presence

Adulting is a process of constructive development of self. This is beyond buying furniture, having a health insurance or quitting smoking (that was stupid to start with!). Adulting is learning how to mature socially and engage with the world in a way that promotes positive development, and helps you achieve your true purpose. Introduction of… Continue reading Part 1 : How to be an Adult? – Steps to develop a Signature Presence

Developmental Psychology, Psychology, Social Psychology

How to be an Adult? – Introduction

Adulting is hard AF! Adulting is not a naturally occurring phenomenon, and in that it is different from ageing. An adult is usually identified as someone of a certain age, and with age arrive definite sociocultural, legal, occupational, emotional, financial etc, etc(n) expectations - uncaring of the internal obstacles that may not have been addressed… Continue reading How to be an Adult? – Introduction

Developmental Psychology, Performance Psychology, Psychology

Hey! You got a monkey on your back

A lot is happening and a lot is passing too. Life seems to have gone from a (barely) manageable 3D version to a brutal 4D with a space-time continuum, making the mind toggle between past and future. While the creative tension between what-has-been and what-can-be is the source of all learning and development, in these… Continue reading Hey! You got a monkey on your back

Psychology, Social Psychology

Repair Vs Change

People respond differently to crisis, especially if it affects what they believe in or hold dear. These beliefs and 'realities' are at times seen as life-constant which when challenged may lead people to respond with extreme emotion. While the crisis may be episodic, deeply felt emotions register strongly and enhance the experience recursively. Human emotions… Continue reading Repair Vs Change