Life and its Shades

Here was a 19-year-old girl, enthusiastic and raring to go. She had big dreams and was ready to take her chances, fulfil them. Her family could not understand the trade-off between getting into a stable steady secure job for a dream which is only likely to be.

There was only discouragement and disheartening response from all those who mattered to her. And she started swinging between self-doubt and confusion to wanting to “go-get-it” mode.

The confusion affected her career as well, dropping her grades immensely which directly demotivating her. This is typically a case which fell in the category of personal counselling.

There are many problems prevailing in each one of our lives and the way we handle it is the matter of actual concern.

This kind of counselling covers many areas in general. It basically helps in solving all the complex issues one is facing in their life including self-discovery and growth, personal development, meet life’s challenges and improve interpersonal relationships.

These issues of day to day life can be sorted out smoothly through personal counseling and a third party interception.

What would have gone was set right negligence of her parents towards her, and her negative attitude towards the whole situation. And after a few session here she was fully in control and happily so sans guilt sans confusion.

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