In this article, Anushtha Mishra (M.Sc. in Counseling Psychology), who specializes in trauma, relationship issues, depression, anxiety, grief, and loneliness, explores the reasons for relationship problems and throws light on why some bonds flourish while others falter. Let’s delve into the intricacies of love to gain a deeper understanding of our relationship with our partner.
Despite knowing the fate most rebound relationships are met with, it can be hard to resist the temptation when you feel consumed by the pain of heartbreak. The prevalence of these relationships begs the question – do these relationships work, how long after a breakup is considered a rebound, and usually what happens when a rebound relationship ends? In this article, find answers to these.
In this article, trauma-informed counseling psychologist Anushtha Mishra (MSc, Counseling Psychology), who specializes in providing therapy for concerns such as trauma, relationship issues, depression, anxiety, grief, and loneliness among others, writes about how you can make your marriage work as a woman and shares tips on how you can be a better wife and improve your marriage.
Do you find it hard to trust your partner, are jealous most of the time, and feel the need to snoop? You’re likely being possessive in your relationship. It’s imperative then to learn how to stop being possessive since it only hurts your relationship and makes it fragile. Your feelings of insecurity and mistrust triggering this possessiveness could be stemming from past experiences, including relationship history and how those relationships unfolded.