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  • Writer's picturePramila Rajendran

Finding Life Balance

Updated: Aug 28, 2020

I always wonder why people write blogs? Can I write a blog? This question comes up in my mind from time to time. Suddenly a thought pops up, oh why am I so worried about a blog? After all, it is journaling - a space to process, reflect and clear my head. I have been journaling since I was a teenager!

So here I am: blogging my thoughts and impressions about what I'm passionate about, and what is on my heart.

I have been thinking lately, what is the life balance between work, family and leisure? How does one bring balance and stay sane, healthy and have fun and laughter?

Across the globe, single individuals, married people, family and young adults are silently

affected in various areas of their lives. They are grappling with many issues, and are in the need of care.

People struggle with stress, anxiety, mood swings, burnout, depression, loss, grief and trauma, loneliness, suicidal thoughts, anger and rage, marital issues, parenting, time management, relationship issues, domestic violence and much more. Each person needs to take initiative in caring for themselves to stay well - if they want to be mentally and emotionally healthy. How do we go about this? How does one find balance in life? Do you ponder on finding life balance? Reach out to us.

Pramila Rajendran

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Miila Consulting
Miila Consulting
28 août 2020

Thank you Dr. Sam. Lovely to hear from you. You rightly said so that even working from home, seeing clients or teaching it does require our soul, mind and body to relax. Hope many will take walks, have hobbies which can be used at home during this Pandemic time.


26 août 2020

Pramila: You have raised an excellent question about finding balance and I believe in this period of pandemic where many are working from home, this becomes more challenging. The need for demarcation between work and home is critical, especially if there is limited space where the dining table becomes the work desk. I agree that being proactive and taking initiative to care for ourselves is key. My wife is a school teacher and is teaching her class of 22 children from our home. I am seeing patients throughout the day from my home office. One of the ways we have maintained our sanity is to take frequent walks which helps our brains to reset and our bodies to release te…

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