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India Today: 10 things you must know to keep lifestyle diseases at bay

Pulkit Sharma shares his insights on chucking these bad habits to boost well-being as well as performance at work

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Hindustan Times: Parents forcing gay sons into marriage is criminal

Responding to Priya Vedi's suicide, Pulkit Sharma explains that a majority of parents fail to understand that homosexuality is an inborn tendency and a person has no control over it

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IAMIN: Sexual assault should not become a life-defining experience

In conversation with IAMIN, Dr Pulkit Sharma, Clinical Psychologist, Imago- Centre for Self, busts the myths that are prevailing about women empowerment in the society

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Lifehacker: 6 Ways How Social Networking Might Be Negatively Affecting Your Mental Health

An an exclusive interview, Pulkit Sharma, Clinical Psychologist at Imago-Centre for Self, throws some light on how exactly is this happening and what are the warning signs of such negative influence

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Hindustan Times: Raising kids in internet age

Counselor and child psychologist Pulkit Sharma warns that tools should not replace the human touch

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Mail Today: Getting over those exam jitters

It's exam time again. The air is filled with anxiety and anticipation among students and parents

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Hindustan Times: Manorexia alert- Are men starving themselves to become thin?

In a worrying trend, a growing number of men are going for days without food to become skinny says Pulkit Sharma

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Hindustan Times: Stressed over your kid's exams? Here's how you can handle it

Pulkit Sharma, Clinical Psychologist at Imago Centre for Self, contends that most parents transfer their own stress to children

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Mail Today: Getting back to work post pregnancy

After the initial three months, the mother-child bond is stronger and mothers feel guilty while going back to work Going back to work and leaving the baby is a pretty hard decision for most mums

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Hindustan Times: Would you ever date a make-believe partner?

If you're single, people tend to think that you're not good enough. I know many college-goers who lie about dating someone out of the fear of being ridiculed, says psychologist Pulkit Sharma

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Hindustan Times: World Cup more brutal than unreasonable spouse, unrelenting boss

Defeat brings with it feelings of anger, despair and sadness, making cricket fans grumpier than a troll with a toothache for days says Psychologist Pulkit Sharma

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Deccan Chronicle: Video game industry given enough attention?

Behavioral studies have shown an increase in aggressive behavior after exposure to violent games, highlights Pulkit Sharma

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The Pioneer: Needed digital detox

Negative emotions take many to the social media which offers a lot of narcissistic gratification and faceless acceptability, Pulkit Sharma, Clinical Psychologist with Imago-Centre for Self, explains

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Mail Today: Why 'normal' doesn't mean much anymore

Is "normal" a social convention, a point of view or simply behavior corresponding to a norm or an average?

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Deccan Chronicle: Tears behind the facade

What makes celebrities like Robin Williams take the extreme step of killing themselves?

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The Times of India: Job woes kill sharp, friendly DU scholar

Psychologist Pulkit Sharma explains that depressed people need a very special type of support

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Life Positive Magazine: Grace at the workplace

Learn to handle problems and difficult people at the workplace firmly but without negativity

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Hindustan Times: Season of rage

Pulkit Sharma highlights the psychological reasons and prevention for the phenomena of road rage

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The Sunday Indian: Child abuse

Is some wolf in sheep’s clothing lurking around your child threatening to rob him/her of the same? Clinical Psychologist Pulkit Sharma shares his experience of working with victims of child abuse

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The Times of India: Wrong touch

In an interview, Pulkit Sharma talks about psychological work with victims of sexual assault and rape

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Hindustan Times: Are You a Food Addict?

Take the quiz designed by psychologist Pulkit Sharma to figure out whether you suffer from food addiction or not

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The Times of India: World mental health day

Expert inputs by Pulkit Sharma, Clinical Psychologist and Psychoanalytical Therapist

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The Times of India: Talk to your child, but not from a pedestal

If parents keep their feelings bottled up, one day they might just snap says Delhi-based psychologist Pulkit Sharma

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The Times of India: How exercise boosts confidence

Pulkit Sharma, Clinical Psychologist in Delhi shares some important benefits of exercise

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The Daily Pioneer: Five women commit suicide in 72 hours

Pulkit Sharma, clinical psychologist, says, women are more prone to depression in a patriarchal society

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The Daily Pioneer: City witnesses 7 cases of suicide in 48 hours

Pulkit Sharma, says, “When people face adverse circumstances, they start feeling hopeless and negative in life. They feel that there will be no end to their misery and take to suicide"

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The Daily Pioneer: Pause in your life

The death of a pet can be a devastating experience for some. However, people can cope up with this loss

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Jagran City Plus: Men and stress

Stress management for men

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Health Me Up: A case of too much cricket

How is it for our Indian cricket team and sports journalists to face matches one after another?

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The Times of India: Into sex out of peer pressure

The trend to be in a relationship is now becoming an image liability among young peer groups

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The Times of India: Decoding sexual dreams

Pulkit Sharma, Clinical Psychologist and Psychoanalytical Therapist, Delhi decodes his list of top 5 sexual dreams

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India Today: Good hair days

Pulkit Sharma talks about the link between stress and hair loss

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Hindustan Times: Girls, having the other guy in your life is not a bad idea

Having a friend of the opposite sex helps you understand the other gender better. Also, your comfort zone with such friends is more says psychologist Pulkit Sharma

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Hindustan Times: The LGBT are living in trauma and crisis

Nothing’s more traumatic than living in uncertainty. And that’s how the LGBT community is living

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India Today: In Search of a Hero

People find solace and hope in self-help books in the face of grim reality

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Hindustan Times: Back from the Brink

Pulkit Sharma talks about the psychological cause and the cure of sexual abuse

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Hindustan Times: Delhi domestic help abuse

Built-up rage and split personality leads to incidents of domestic help abuse according to Pulkit Sharma

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Health India: Take a break from technology

Multitasking with technology has its drawbacks says Clinical Psychologist Pulkit Sharma

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Mail Today: Celebrating Pinktober

October is the Breast Cancer Awareness month. Femail talks to Pulkit Sharma on how to psychologically support your loved ones fighting this disease

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Healthy Dunia: A sneak peek into a rapist's mind

HealthyDunia.com spoke to Pulkit Sharma, Clinical Psychologist and Psychoanalytical Therapist at Imago – Centre for Self,Delhi to get a peek into the mind of a rapist

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The Pioneer: Ssshhhh... koi hai

Fantasy plays a role and gives them a false perception that they are seeing UFOs, Pulkit Sharma, clinical psychologist with Imago-Centre for Self in the Capital says

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Yahoo: Why Indian couples are also choosing not to have kids

Pulkit Sharma, a Delhi based Clinical Psychologist at Imago- Centre for Self, reveals various types of couples who choose not to have kids

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Mail Today: Gearing up for that emergency

"A habit is a complex and deep-rooted pattern comprising of thoughts, emotions, behaviours and sense of self," says Pulkit Sharma, clinical psychologist, Imago- Centre for Self

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Hindustan Times: It’s a long, hard road to recovery for the victims

A lot of courage needs to be built even to face the several phases of treatment, says clinical psychologist in Delhi Pulkit Sharma

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Hindustan Times: Bollywood responsible for crimes of passion

Bollywood has a lot of influence on our day-to-day lives. We take actors as our role models and if they do something in a movie, we take that as a socially accepted thing says Pulkit Sharma, clinical psychologist in Delhi

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Mail Today: Dealing with your mummy tummy

Modern society in general has become appearance obsessed. The entire emphasis has shifted from being happy with your body to size zero says Psychologist in Delhi, Pulkit Sharma

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Men's Health Magazine: Can you ace her chemistry test

Couples are more likely to be happy when they agree on how they spend their time, says Pulkit Sharma, Psychologist in Delhi

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Hindustan Times: Will You Be Friends With Your Ex?

Whether being friends with your ex-lover is a good idea or not, inputs by Psychologist in Delhi Pulkit Sharma

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Hindustan Times: Emotional vaccum aids crime

One of the perpetrators of the brutal gang rape of the 23-year-old physiotherapist, is a 17-year-old, illiterate, juvenile from a broken home

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Hindustan Times: Your Handwriting Says It All

Psychologist in Delhi Pulkit Sharma shares how handwriting reflects our personality traits

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Hindustan Times: Send kids to School Only When They're Ready

The age at which kids are being introduced to curriculum-based learning is decreasing. Pulkit Sharma, clinical psychologistin Delhi, sheds light on the correct age for a child to start going to a playschool

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The Times of India: Revealing Schizophrenia's myths

Expert inputs by Pulkit Sharma, Schizophrenia is a psychological disorder characterized by false unshakable beliefs (delusions), experiencing things which are not present (hallucinations), suspiciousness and varying degree impairment in educational, occupational, social and relational functioning

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Mail Today: Predictors of a marital storm

Psychologist in Delhi Pulkit Sharma talks about habits that may sink a marriage

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Hindustan Times: Generosity is the key to a happy marriage

A study reveals that the couple who are truly happy in their marriage do not only enjoy a fulfilling sex life, but also are very generous to each other

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Hindustan Times: Sleepless nights may worsen your fights

Psychologist Pulkit Sharma feels that a blame game starts due to irritation resulting out of a sleepless night

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Metro Mela: Tips on mental health for those above 50

As people advance in years, they are bound to witness changes in their relationships, work life, physical body and mental functioning. Often these changes create distress, but with an acceptance and development of appropriate coping skills, anybody can adapt to them. Psychologist Pulkit Sharma outlines measures that can help in mental fitness even after 50

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Metro Mela: Tips to fight exam blues

Too much of examination stress can be dysfunctional. Tips by Delhi-based Psychologist Pulkit Sharma on how to deal with examination anxiety.

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Hindustan Times: Why breaking up over an SMS is now so commonplace

More and more people are now breaking up over SMS, comments Pulkit Sharma

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The Week: Mindfully yours

Our choices make us what we are. But what makes our choices?

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Healthy Dunia: Hypnobirthing elaborated

With the concept of labor pain being hyped, mums-to-be are open to newer and safer methods of natural birthing

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India Today: Ditch the labour pain

'Hypnobirth'- a selfhypnosis technique that mums-to-be use in order to mentally programme themselves to relax during childbirth

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Hindustan Times: No work and all play

Psychologist Pulkit Sharma says, “Children form a lot of their identity from the activities they engage in during formative years"

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Healthy Dunia: Is fatherhood difficult?

Earlier fathers were regarded as the bread earner but today their role has widened. Bonding up is essential for healthy development of the child.

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Hindustan Times: Jiah Khan, a life cut short by the fickleness of fame?

People who have had a taste of fame derive their self-esteem, their self-confidence by being admired by others,” says Pulkit Sharma, clinical psychologist

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Healthy Dunia: Depression is like a terminal cancer

Young Bollywood actor Jiah Khan's apparent suicide has once again turned the spotlight to the biggest mental war of our times

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Hindustan Times: How to Stick to Your New Year Resolutions

Expert advise by Psychologist Pulkit Sharma on how to let your resolutions stay intact with a bit of self-analysis

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Health Me Up: Are You Addicted to Sex?

Sexual addiction involves harbouring an unusual fixation for sex where sexual thoughts and actions tend to dominate your thoughts every day says Pulkit Sharma, Clinical Psychologist

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Only My Health: International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women

Psychological Aspects of Women Survivors of Violence

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Only My Health: Eating disorders in women

Pulkit Sharma talks about various eating disorders commonly seen in women

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Speaking Tree: No game for gentlemen

Haven’t you navigated grey zones to cut bureaucratic red tape, jump queues and undervalue property to avoid high tax rates? But we can, and must get rid of corruption

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Healthy Dunia: Smoking not as cool affair as you think

There are several reasons that lure the youth towards smoking according to Pulkit Sharma, Psychologist at the Vimhans Hospital, Delhi

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Healthy Dunia: Protect fertitlity quit smoking

Smoking always has been wrongly considered a symbol of being cool and independent said Pulkit Sharma, Psychologist, Vimhans Hospital

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Healthy Dunia: Do not smoke near your children

Healthydunia.com spoke to Pulkit Sharma, Psychologist at Vimhans Hospital,Delhi to find out ways to avoid smoking infront of your children

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Healthy Dunia: Women under psychological duress

Healthydunia.com spoke to Pulkit Sharma, psychologist at Vimhans Hospital, Delhi to understand the applicability of the study in the Indian situation

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Mail Today: Youths catch FB facelift fever

Judging people on the basis of their online pictures can be damaging said Pulkit Sharma, a clinical psychologist with VIMHANS

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The Times of India: Suicidal tendencies among expats

Pulkit Sharma Psychologist talks about various socio-cultural changes leading to suicides

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The Daily Pioneer: Kink in us

Delhi based psychologist Pulkit Sharma reflects on the complex relationship between pornography and brutal rapes

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Deccan Herald: Using art therapy

Pulkit Sharma talks about healing elements of Art Therapy

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Hindustan Times: Breathless start

Psychologist in Delhi Pulkit Sharma answers readers' queries related to Autism

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Mail Today: I see the world from my baby's eyes

Dealing with the stress of motherhood

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Hindustan Times: They’re special, not taboo

Psychologist in Delhi Pulkit Sharma talks about the diagnosis and treatment of Autism

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Hindustan Times: Need to respect rape victim’s privacy

Eighty per cent of rape victims are likely to develop post-traumatic stress disorder due to the associated stigma if not kept out of public eye says Pulkit Sharma, clinical psychologist and psychoanalytical therapist at VIMHANS

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Men's Health: Who is Sinking your Love Life

Clinical Psychologist in Delhi Pulkit Sharma shares how opinions of significant others can shape your romantic destiny

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India Today: Watch out who you befriend on Facebook

The social networking site has a dark side too-where sex predators, cyber criminals and peadophiles lurk

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The Deccan Chronicle: Slippery Slope

It’s a wave of civilian rage that’s sweeping the city and after the Delhi gang rape case, nobody wants a repeat

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Mail Today: Dealing With Menopause

Learn how to beat the menopause blues with a strong will, confidence and a positive attitude

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The Hindustan Times: Rape Accused Needed Counselling

Psychologist in Delhi, Pulkit Sharma talks about the psychology of Delhi rape accused

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The Hindustan Times: Hints That You Have Food Disorders

Pulkit Sharma, Psychologist in Delhi talks to Hindustan Times about various food disorders

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Mail Today: Wanted High Achievers

Ambitious mothers are choosing playmates who are good for their kids

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The Hindustan Times: What does your sleep say about your relation?

When you are asleep your body language starts reflecting your core feelings, says psychologist Pulkit Sharma

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The Deccan Herald: Now try aquarium therapy

Studies have shown that aquariums have a soothing effect on our nerves

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The Deccan Herald: Axe the vulgarity

After the brutal gang-rape of a paramedical student in Delhi, it’s not just the laws, but even society’s acceptance of vulgarity that needs to change

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Many rapists fake remorse for sympathy: Clinical psychologist

To understand the mindset of rapists, Ashim Sunam interviews Pulkit Sharma, clinical psychologist at VIMHANS, New Delhi

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The Hindustan Times: Love defies age bar

When it comes to matters of the heart, age seems to be just a number for many men and women

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The Hindustan Times: No Psych Tests for Gangrape Accused

The Delhi Police are yet to subject the men accused of raping the 23-year-old woman to any kind of psychological analysis, sources said

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The Deccan Chronicle: Your fight’s not mine

It is important to have an emotional agreement with your family member or friend

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The Deccan Herald: Sharing heartbreak will help heal it

The loss of a romantic relationship can seem to be the biggest disaster of life to a youngster

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The Hindustan Times: Holiday close, yet far

The holiday trend of the moment is to rediscover discreet places locally

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The Deccan Herald: To wield the stick or not

The arrest of an Indian couple in Norway for abusing their son has raised the question of using violence to correct children, once ag­a­in

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The Economic Times: Unwired

Why many Indian executives are taking a break from smartphones, tablets and laptops

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The Deccan Herald: Protect your kids from paedophiles

Clinical psychologist Pulkit Sharma explains the psychology behind these acts

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The Sunday Tribune: That Extra Perception

Clinical psychologists and psychiatrists dwell on what constitutes ESP and how scientific it is

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The Hindustan Times: Stereotypes and the Second Sex

So while the country claims to herald a new area by acclaiming woman boxer Mary Kom, some see the constant mention of her role as a mother and a wife as diluting her core strength - aggression

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Mail Today: Love Equals Violence in Capital of Revenge

If a man feels hurt, his pain gets translated into a lot of rage, with the person losing all sense of rationale and consequence,' said Pulkit Sharma, clinical psychologist, VIMHANS

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The Hindustan Times: Emotional Attachment can Push a Person to the Brink

Sometimes people start feeling intense rage when they are very emotionally involved with something, said Dr Pulkit Sharma, clinical psychologist, VIMHANS

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Mail Today: Don't Mind the (Age) Gap

Such relationships give people a sense of timelessness, uniqueness, excitement and power says Pulkit Sharma, clinical psychologist at VIMHANS, New Delhi

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The Deccan Herald: Lying for Lying’s Sake

Pulkit Sharma comments on why men are prone to tell lies

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The Hindustan Times: Reasons for Hollywood's Recent Splits

Here’s what led to their split and what cue you can take from it to save your own relationship from a similar fate, inputs by Psychologist Pulkit Sharma

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Mail Today: When Hobby Becomes Profession

A hobby gives them that space with zero demands or obligations and is crucial to keep feelings of frustration and depression at bay," explain Pulkit Sharma, Clinical Psychologist, VIMHANS

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The Hindustan Times: Why is Young India Suicidal

Suicide is the second-most common cause of death among young Indians

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The Hindustan Times: Meet My Son Google

Move over Vickys and Buntys. For Indians, Google is the new 'it' name for kids

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The Hindustan Times: Stigma Stalks City's Mentally Ill

Our society puts emphasis on always achieving and going ahead. If at any point a person doesn't get ahead, it causes a blow to self esteem says Pulkit Sharma

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The Hindustan Times: Making of a Horror Story

The NCR has witnessed at least five such horror stories in two years where depression, self-confinement and starvation have resulted even in deaths

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The Hindustan Times: Fire Power

Says clinical psychologist Pulkit Sharma of VIMHANS: “Stress is a result of supressed anger, primarily seen in adolescents

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The Times of India: Delhi Sees Spurt in Cases of Student Suicides

Delhi is fast turning into India's student suicide capital

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The Deccan Herald: In Dreamworld

Pulkit Sharma, Clinical Psychologist and Psychoanalytical Therapist at VIMHANS says, “Dreams are windows to the deepest recesses of human mind"

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Mail Today: When You Feel Fatter Than You Look

The cultural pressure on women to look extraordinary has gradually taken the shape of an obsession," says Pulkit Sharma, clinical psychologist, VIMHANS

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Only My Health: Does your Child need Home Tuitions?

Pulkit Sharma talks highlights that the effect home tuitions have on a child’s mind can range from extremely positive to extremely negative

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Mail Today: When You Diagnose with Dr Google

An increasing number of Indians log onto the internet for health queries, Pulkit Sharma comments on the trend

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Only My Health: Is Competitive Stress New Fad

Prolonged competitive stress can lead to depression says Pulkit Sharma, Clinical Psychologist, VIMHANS

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The Hindustan Times: Bad Boys Make It Worse

The increasing trend of cool, invincible villains in films could lead youngsters to a criminal bent of mind, says psychologist Pulkit Sharma

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Only My Health: Does TV Endorse Violence

The rampant TV violence has increased concern of parents to save their kids from enacting the same behaviour in a social setup says Pulkit Sharma

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Health Me Up: Understanding the Why of Drug Addiction

Take a look at the facts that contribute to drug addiction, and how one can prevent drug addiction

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The Hindustan Times: Breakup Has its Own Sad Effects

Experts say that instead of trying out all sorts of means to deal with a breakup, it’s better to face the fact that it takes time to heal

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The Times of India: Choosing the Right Addiction Treatment

To delve deeper into addiction treatment programs and services, we had a word with Pulkit Sharma, Clinical Psychologist & Psychoanalytical Therapist at VIMHANS, New Delhi

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The Hindustan Times: Lady Cops for Rape Cases, Girls Approve

Delhi police’s recent decision of allowing only women officers to investigate rape cases is being applauded

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Health Me Up: Weighty Issues- Ideal or Happy Weight

Have you been struggling to come down to your high school weight or fit into your wedding outfit, but with little to no success?

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The Hindustan Times: The Importance of Being Earnest

Does our eagerness to provide excuses for the bad behaviour of prominent personalities expose us as a society without an ethical core

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India Today: Cyber Obsession Among Children

IAD is a condition where an individual compulsively uses the internet and finds any attempt to limit its use distressing

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The Hindustan Times: Are you Crumbling under the Clutter

If compulsive hoarding is taking the better of you and your house, it's time to seek help

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Deccan Herald: Abuse is Part of My Daily Lingo Now

These days, you often find young girls, especially collegiates, hurling abuses of the kind that you would have conventionally heard from men only

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The Hindustan Times: Meet the Decorexics

Decorexics, a term coined to describe people who feel the urge to constantly redesign and decorate their homes, seems to be the newest ‘it’ group on the block

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Deccan Herald:I Drink, I Dare and I Don’t Really Care

Alcohol consumption by young drivers is putting pedestrians and riders of motorized vehicles at risk

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The Hindustan Times: Send kids to School Only When They're Ready

The age at which kids are being introduced to curriculum-based learning is decreasing. Pulkit Sharma, clinical psychologist, VIMHANS, sheds light on the correct age for a child to start going to a playschool

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The Hindustan Times: Are you Addicted to Multi-vitamins

Experts say that an increasing number of youngsters have started becoming vitamin addicts

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The Hindustan Times: Your Handwriting Says It All

Psychologist Pulkit Sharma shares how handwriting reflects our personality traits

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The Hindustan Times: Trivial Pursuit

A psychological analysis of junk collectors

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The Hindustan Times: Be Smart to be Safe

Handling the trauma of assault

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The Times Crest: Honey I Shrunk the Kids

Body-conscious Indians decide they don't want fat kids

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The Hindustan Times: Sahib, Biwi aur Facebook

Recent researches reveal that Facebook is the prime culprit in almost 33% divorce cases last year

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The Times of India: Don't Deprive Yourself of Your Favourite Foods

Eating your favourite food should be a part of your healthy diet plan, so that you are motivated to stick to it for a long period of time

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The Times Crest: When the Couch is a Cure-All

Mental health professionals are increasingly viewed as fairy godmothers with magic wands and are fast taking the place of priests and grandmas

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The Hindustan Times: Safe in the City

The ways to handle teasing and molestation

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Health Me Up: How Ageing Affects Your Sex Life

As people grow older, they long to have a satisfying sexual life. But certain biological and physiological changes may affect the quality of your sexual life as you age

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India Today: Denial of Sex After marriage Amounts to Cruelty

Sex between two partners is a private affair and using a spouse's refusal to have sex as a weapon in court isn't a solution to the problem says Pulkit Sharma

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The Hindustan Times: Why Early Bedtime's Not Good for Your Kid

The virtues of an early bedtime trumpeted by various research studies conducted abroad may not apply to the Indian context, says Pulkit Sharma

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The Hindustan Times: Some Hilarious Fools’ Tricks

HT City gets some fun-loving people in the city to share their most memorable April Fools’ Day prank ever

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Deccan Herald: Control Anger Before it Controls You

Rage is the fallout of suppressed aggression which was unable to find an outlet, says Pulkit Sharma

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The Hindustan Times: Why You Shouldn’t Make a Sex Tape

Pulkit Sharma talks about girls going through trauma after shooting intimate scenes with their partners

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The Times of India: Understanding Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a psychological illness, which occurs because of a life-threatening experience explains Pulkit Sharma

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The Times of India: Group workout, Motivation or Distraction?

It could be the tempting discounts or an eagerness to be regular at the gym, but people are fast enrolling for group workout classes

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The Times of India: Wrong Touch

Pulkit Sharma on psychological work with victims of sexual assault and rape

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Mail Today: Predictors of Marital Storm

Pulkit Sharma talks about habits that may sink a marriage

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The Hindustan Times: Will You Be Friends With Your Ex?

Whether being friends with your ex-lover is a good idea or not

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Health Me Up: How to Deal with Psychosexual Disorders

Psychosexual disorders are the disturbances in the body's sexual function, because of emotional or mental causes says Pulkit Sharma

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The Times of India: Delhi for kids: Food-courting- Venue & Menu Are Kids' Call

They may hate their veggies , turn their nose up at the most exotic food and crave that sugary high before any meal - it's no secret that children are picky eaters

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The Hindustan Times: The LGBT are Living in Trauma and Crisis

Nothing’s more traumatic than living in uncertainty. And that’s how the LGBT community is living.

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The Times of India: Understanding Panic Disorder

Panic attacks are a serious mental health problem. With expert inputs from Pulkit Sharma , Clinical Psychologist- let's have a closer look

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The Hindustan Times: The Young and the Restless

Trends of the young and the restless

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The Times Crest: Tykes With a Temper

Pulkit Sharma, Psychologist on aggression in toddlers

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The Times of India: Pampered, Can’t Take Hard Knocks

Parents shower children with material gifts but neglect them emotionally says Psychologist Pulkit Sharma

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The Hindustan Times: Abused Teenage Girl

Pulkit Sharma, Psychologist talks about the defense mechanism 'identification with the aggressor' in trauma victim

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Health Me Up: How to Develop Positive and Healthy Habits

An acquired positive habit or action requires more than wishful thinking; it requires a disciplinary attitude coupled with practicality and goal-setting

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The Hindustan Times: Heard of Break-Up Babas

While there’s a love guru around every corner, there’s now well, a break-up guru too. Psychologists call such claims utterly fake and baseless.

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The Times of India: Dealing with Postpartum Depression

Pulkit Sharma, Clinical Psychologist at Vimhans Hospital, Delhi talks about the types of postpartum depression and how it can be prevented

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The Times of India: How to Fight the Inner Emotional Eater

Pulkit Sharma, Psychologist in Delhi, helps us understand how we can stop our emotional eating from destroying our healthy eating resolutions.

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The Hindustan Times: Facebook Pic @ 40000

Call it narcissism or a wish to get noticed, looking hot on Facebook has become serious business.

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Health Me Up: Why Popping Pain Relievers is Harmful

Pulkit Sharma, Clinical Psychologist, VIMHANS, tells us about the types, psychology and risks of pain relievers.

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The Economic Times: Tattoos Have Become a Rage Among the Youth and Old Alike in India

Pulkit Sharma, clinical psychologist at Vimhans Hospital, says the tattoo craze has a lot to do with people's sense of identity and psychological issues.

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The Times of India: Tips for First Time Sex

First time sexual encounters tend to be distressing if handled incorrectly and with improper sexual knowledge.

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The Hindustan Times: Generosity is the Key to a Happy Marriage

A new study reveals that the couple who are truly happy in their marriage do not only enjoy a fulfilling sex life, but also are very generous to each other.

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The Times Crest: Birds, Bees and Donated Eggs

The brave new world of conception, populated by donors, surrogates and 'parents', is difficult to explain to kids who've come into the world through this route.

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The Hindustan Times: One in Four Men Dream about Ex

A British study says that one in four men regularly dream about their former girlfriend, while women dream about their current partners.

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The Times of India: Mental Vacation

The importance and need of a mental vacation in today’s day and age.

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The Hindustan Times: Unhappy Parents Look to ‘Cure’ Gay Kids

Convinced that homosexuality is a psychiatric disease, parents drag their wards to psychiatrists in the hope of changing their sexual orientation.

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The Times of India: Finding Peace In Service

True spirituality lies not just in meditation and mantras but in service and seva, discovers REENA SINGH as she talks to people who have spent years doing community service and volunteer work.

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Metro Mela: Guide to Dream Interpretation

Pulkit Sharma, a Clinical Psychologist and Psychoanalytical Therapist at VIMHANS Hospital, explains and interprets some commonly experienced dreams.

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The Times of India: Why Bad Sex is Equal to a Bad Relationship

Pulkit Sharma, Clinical Psychologist and Psychoanalytical Therapist at Vimhans Hospital, Delhi, unravels the mystery of why bad sex is equal to a bad relationship.

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Tehelka Magazine: Personal Histories

But if one gives up hope and stops trying, nothing would be possible. Till date, I carry a hope that authentic creative therapies would help the less fortunate Indians.

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Only My Health: How to Balance Career and Family

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