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Relationships Expert, Mind Coach - Answered on Jan 28, 2023

Anu Krishna is a mind coach and relationship expert.
The co-founder of Unfear Changemakers LLP, she has received her neuro linguistic programming training from National Federation of NeuroLinguistic Programming, USA, and her energy work specialisation from the Institute for Inner Studies, Manila.
She is an executive member of the Indian Association of Adolescent Health.... more
Anonymous Question by Anonymous on Jan 26, 2023Hindi

Dear Anu what is the secret to a healthy marriage?

Ans: Dear D,
Trust, love, setting effective boundaries and deep communication make a healthy marriage.

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Asked by Anonymous - Feb 12, 2024Hindi
There is news of so many celeb divorces in the news. Marriages are so much more challenging these days. What is the secret to a good relationship between a husband and wife? How to make sure a marriage is long lasting?
Ans: Hello.
I can understand your worry.
It’s important to remember that celebrities are humans like the rest of us and face their own problem. At the same time, do also remember that many celebrities have marriages that have lasted decades and continue to flourish.
As a couple, you can build a strong, lasting relationship through effort and commitment. While guaranteeing a marriage's longevity is impossible, there are certainly qualities and actions that contribute to healthier relationships.
1. Strong communication:
Be open and honest. Share your thoughts, feelings and needs with your partner and ask them to share with you as well.
Be respectful and empathetic when you listen to their perspective. Don’t interrupt. Don’t judge.
2. Healthy conflict resolution
Learn to disagree respectfully and constructively.
You may have read/heard this before but it is important that you remember this. During these kinds of conversations in particular, avoid blame, personal attacks and bringing up past issues. Seek solutions together rather than trying to ‘win’ arguments.
3. Be kind, be respectful. Appreciate what you partner does
Treat each other with kindness.
Acknowledge and appreciate each other's contributions to the relationship and express gratitude regularly.
Respect individual differences and boundaries. Allow space for each other's individual interests and pursuits.
Support each other's goals and dreams. Be each other's cheerleaders and encourage personal growth.
4. Quality time and intimacy:
Make time for each other as a couple doing something you both enjoy. This time does not include daily routines and responsibilities.
Nurture physical intimacy in ways that feel comfortable and fulfilling for both partners.
Maintain emotional intimacy by sharing experiences, vulnerabilities and dreams.
Try your best understand your partner’s emotional needs.
5. Shared values and goals
Have open and honest conversations about your core values and long-term goals.
Work together towards achieving shared goals and dreams. Support each other's individual goals as well, even if they differ slightly.
Be adaptable and willing to grow together. Life experiences and individual needs may change over time, so be prepared to adjust and support each other's evolution.
6. Professional help
Seek professional help from a therapist or counsellor if you're facing challenges in communication, conflict resolution or other areas of your relationship.
Therapy can provide a safe space to explore issues and develop healthier communication and coping skills.
Remember, every relationship is unique and what works for one couple might not work for another. The key is to nurture your relationship, communicate openly and honestly and be willing to adapt and grow together.
It's also important to acknowledge that, even with best efforts, challenges may arise and sometimes relationships end. If you find yourself struggling, remember that seeking professional help or ending a relationship that is no longer healthy can be positive steps towards personal growth and future happiness.

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Asked by Anonymous - Jul 18, 2024Hindi
What is better to choose between vet or bpharm (I am a gen category student).According to my research I came to know that in today's market the bpharm graduates are not even considered as reputated pharmacists,after the degree too they get placements of 12k-15k per month only and growth even after a master's is not much. Whereas in vet gov vacancies are open but will everyone get the gov jobs ? Also in coming years what are the demands of these both fields and what is better to choose
Ans: Hi,
It seems there may be some misunderstanding and disappointment regarding the analysis of job opportunities in the pharmaceutical field. It's important to note that the pharmaceutical sector still holds promising prospects. However, it is essential for candidates to acquire in-depth knowledge. Completing a B.Pharm alone does not guarantee comprehensive expertise. It's essential to delve beyond the basic surface-level knowledge obtained during undergraduate studies. I'm unaware of your state of residence and the college where you pursued your B.Pharm.

Key locations with a strong pharmaceutical industry presence include Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, and Ahmedabad. Chennai also has a few reputable pharmaceutical companies, albeit in limited numbers. It's crucial to consider your career choice rather than just a job. What is your preference: IT, Marketing/Sales, or Core Pharma? In IT, the remuneration is considerably higher in comparison to core pharmaceutical roles, but sustainability may be a concern. On the other hand, Sales/Marketing requires hard work but offers significantly better remuneration, e.g., INR 6-8L per annum. If the pharmaceutical industry is your preference, starting packages for fresh B. Pharm graduates typically range between INR 15,000 to 25,000.

Ultimately, the decision is yours to make. I wish you the best for your future endeavors.

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