A relationship goes through numerous phases during its life cycle, and it is obvious for it to have a few rough patches. However, the strength of a relationship is reflected in how the couples deal with those rough patches, and move ahead. Modern lifestyles and thinking has changed the pattern of thinking of people in respect to relationships. This has turned the statistics for divorce and marriage in the last couple of decades, upside down. However, while divorce and separation is necessary in many cases to avoid further troubles and emotional distress, if the problems are not only circumstantial, but also irrecoverable and irreversible, this is not the case for all relationships experiencing difficulties.
Month: February 2015
It has been believed for centuries that as we grow older, our brain functions continue to deteriorate, which also impacts and weakens our memory. However, recent medical research and experiments have proven that our brain has the ability to grow new neurons, even as we age, a process known scientifically as neuroplasticity. The mental health of a person depends vastly on how active the person is – physically and mentally. If you keep forgetting things too quickly, or have noticed a sharp decline in your mental health in terms of memory recently, it is time to make some really important changes in your lifestyle to help sharpen and improve your memory.
In today’s competitive world, sleep is more of a luxury than a necessity. But sleep is important for the well being, both emotionally and physically for an individual. Insufficient sleep or no sleep has long lasting effects on health and psychology. If you have been experiencing insomnia, it may be due to a number of factors, including stress, anxiety or depression. In order to address your sleep problem, it is best to consult an experienced psychologist who can help you change your behaviour, manage feelings and emotions that may interfere with your sleep.