Relationship 101- Honesty

In the children’s story “The Emperor’s New Clothes,” the characters, including the Emperor, have been fooled by their own liking when they failed to acknowledge that the Emperor is naked and not wearing his new wardrobe, which according to the tailors (who are actually thieves) can be only seen by the wise ones, and so as not to look stupid, they have been pretending that they are seeing the new clothes until one innocent child shouts that the Emperor is not wearing anything. It is only then when they realize that they have been cheated and have acted so stupid for not admitting that the Emperor is undressed.

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Just Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of

when the world is against you; when no one believes in you; when you are not appreciated; don’t think that they are rude, they are just being polite to you by not telling you directly to back off.

A Woman of True Beauty and Independence

Since today is the International Women’s Day, I am featuring Azhaa. I believe that she is an example of a woman who never allows society to dictate who she is and who will she become.

Me Time

According to the infographic “Why ‘Me Time’ is so Important for Happiness,” having a time for ourselves reboots our brains, helps us unwind, improves our concentration, makes us more productive, gives space for self-discovery, allows time for deep thinking, aids in problem solving and enhances our relationships….

Rewiring the Brain through Art

The British Association of Art Therapists defines art therapy as “a form of psychoteraphy that uses art media as its primary mode of communication,” (Frank, 2015, Huffpost). It uses the creative process of making art (such drawing, painting, playing musical instruments, dancing etc.) to express unspoken feelings and improve a person’s physical, mental and emotional well-being.