Post : Sunshine Blogger Award πŸ™Œ

Hello everyoneπŸ™‹πŸ» ! This is the second time, I have been nominated for Sunshine Blogger Award. Though this is not a real award, it does mean a lot to me when your fellow bloggers start appreciating your posts and the blog. It’s a kind of great encouragement to me to continue doing what I like to do, writing about thoughts, beliefs, facts about life, health, healing and happiness.

I have been nominated this time by Panda in Progress. https://pandainprogress357664521.wordpress.com. Thank you so much for the nomination. Though she is only a few posts old, I have recently started following her blog. What I like about her blog is that she has been very honest and genuine about her struggle for depression and weight issues. A reminder from my side, my friend, keep sharing your thoughts and feelings because sharing can be a great outlet to let out the emotional baggage which we all carry. We are all here to listen to each other. You are not alone, my friend. And, you are a strong person and truly awesome!

Last time, I was nominated by Prashanti Alluri of Happiness Inn. https://happinessinn.blog. Thank you once again Prashanti. I have been following her blog for quite some time now. She has a beautiful blog and writes mostly on happiness. She is also a talented artist, draw beautiful sketches.

Rules for the Sunshine Blogger Award

1. Thank the person who nominated you and provide a link back to their blog.

2. List the Sunshine Blogger Award rules and display the logo on your site.

3. Answer the Sunshine Blogger Award questions.

4. Nominate eleven other bloggers and ask them eleven new questions.

5. Notify the nominees about their nominations by commenting on one of their blog posts.

Here, are the 11 questions asked which I have to answer…
1 What is your favourite season?
My favourite season is Spring. Though it is short, I love it because Nature is at its best.


2 If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?
I love my home country India. Since I live in Europe, I like travelling to the beautiful cities of Europe.

3 What inspires you to write?
I think writing is not only about fictions and fantasies. Being a realistic person, I like writing about our struggle, inspiration, facts about life and health.


4 Do you have a favourite animal?

I like lions, they are silent, yet ferocious when required.
5 What is your favourite book? “Becoming Supernatural” by Dr Joe Dispenza
6 How often do you write? I write very often.
7 What is your favourite time of day to be creative? Anytime
8 If you had to pick just one food, which would be your favourite? Tough one, I know!


Being in Medical Profession myself, I am very health conscious so love all kinds of fruits.
9 What is your favourite colour? Green because I love Nature.
10 Are walks or car rides better, why? I love walking. I and my husband often go for long walks. Walking is also a good form of cardio exercise.
11 And last, how long have you been blogging for? I am pretty new, have been blogging since the last 5-6 months.

Anyone, who feel free to do this award, please answer the same questions as above. I will be very happy and honouredπŸ™

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Post : Beautiful inspiration from an Eagle πŸ¦… β€οΈ

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Post : Feeling resentful 😠 3 simple approaches !

Hello Everyone! Have a great day πŸ™‹πŸ»

Resentment is a common feeling. We, all must have harboured at some point in life. It is a feeling of anger or a sense of bitterness after an unfair incident, an event that has happened to us. It may happen very often in our everyday lives. Resentment can be felt from as simple as rude behaviour or unfair comment from a friend to as large as issues like racism or religion.
The immediate reaction after we feel resentful is an emotion of anger,hurt, pain, annoyance or even shame. Very often, we get affected so much that we start to harbour a feeling of revenge. The emotion gets trapped when we are unable to express our feeling of bitterness after the hurtful experience. It may come from either a true situation or a misunderstood situation of injustice.

How emotion of resentment get trapped in us from different situations?
Any kind of tense relationship maybe between partners, a colleague with a boss, or between friends.
*A feeling of fear or avoidance to confront the person or similar situation.
*A feeling of regret, low or dejected.
*Continuously ruminating the strong emotion against the incident, person or experience.

  • In a normal healthy individual, though there is an immediate feeling of pain, hurt, annoyance after the experience, you tend to overcome the feeling by letting go. Thinking it as a part and parcel of life or just an unfair or bad experience in life. Moving away from the negative situation or the negative person.
  • Or maybe, thinking that we have misinterpreted the person or the situation.

But the real problem arises when it started to affect our mental health. The resentful feeling continues to ride over us in spite of trying to let go of or trying to move on from the person or the experience. We started to develop a fear, negative attitude for every similar situation or person in our lives. It affects slowly our every perception of reality. We start looking at every situation with a negative outlook. We start having fear and fail to trust people. It becomes difficult to hope for positive outcomes. We, finally land up in the hands of a Therapist or counsellor.

So, the simple approaches, how we can help ourselves get over it.

1.Practice self-compassion: Compassion over self is a key to all kinds of negative situations, experiences or persons, we encounter in life. Holding self-compassion helps us to give a sense of security which is important. It helps us to restore our self-identity, self-worth which otherwise have the fear of losing if resentment is held up for a long time. Self-compassion helps us to overcome the feeling of lowness or less.

2.Being empathetic: We deal with people every day. There are both good and bad experiences of people with us. So, trying to empathize and understand the other person’s perspective or the circumstances which influence the behaviour will surely reduce the feeling of resentment. Many times, we may have misunderstood or the person who did it may not have realised that it can be hurtful.

3.Practice Gratitude: Practising gratitude and thankfulness for everything, everyone we have in our life is important. It gives us a sense of security and wholeness. So, unfair treatment or unfair incident can be overlooked with ease as they hold hardly any value to the beautiful life we lead. If we focus on how privileged and fortunate we are in life, harbouring resentful feelings look just meaningless.

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Post: Attitude matters βœ‹β€οΈ

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Post: Your life right now ! β€οΈ

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Post : Reconnect to life πŸŒΏβ€οΈ

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