Dr. Tulika Sarkar
A startling jolt while you were sleeping? It appears that you simply tripped and fell. Or occasionally it appears as though you dropped from a great height. Your sleep was fragmented. You were unaware of what had transpired. The cause is known, according to the doctors; it is not an unknown occurrence. Find out why this happens during the sleep.
When every moment spent with you becomes a memory and floats on the black and white mental canvas, The wonder of the illusion of enchantment strikes the corner of the lips as the seven-coloured eyes of the rainbow appear in the colour fair of thousands of stars!
Fear of Losing
It's terrible to lose. Losing a cherished toy when you're young is absolutely upsetting. Losing a close friend might alter the path of your life as a teenager. Losing a trusted partner is painful when you're young. Losses during infancy, youth, and adulthood can cause anxiety to become stronger with age and eventually turn into pure horror of losing someone you care about. Although this fear is unhealthy, it frequently results in actions such as violence, control, and manipulation that are not appropriate in a loving, caring relationship. How then do you get over your fear of losing a loved one?
Anger is not a solution
Humans are born with the impulse and emotion of anger. Anger is a natural response to emotional or physical harm. Everything is OK and even beneficial as long as the rage is under control. However, it can become a serious issue if rage spirals out of control. Then you'll need to learn how to control your anger, and frequent meditation practise can help.
After a period of gloomy rain, nature turns rich green and the sky is a deep blue, just as the soft pleasant bright afternoon begins to roll in and the courtyard starts to buzz with afternoon gentleness. The heads of the blossoming flowers float vibrantly in their various directions as a white fairy sways on the riverbanks in the distance. This unexplained occurrence signals the arrival of autumn.
Mr. Nabin signed the registry envelope. Then the ATM card that had been connected to the letter was then gently taken out from inside. He carefully examined the card's two sides. It is inscribed with Nabin Ghosal's name. Such cards have just evolved into his passion. His neighbour friend Shankar frequently uses the ATM when they go out together in the afternoon. Nabin is certain that he does it to brag. Nabin also wants to use ATMs to get cash so he can make purchases and pay with his card.