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Emotional Hygiene Workshop at Goodwill Christian College

Date : 22nd  September, 2017

Venue: Goodwill Christian College

Organised by: Dept. of Psychology

Recently, the Seshan’s Academy Infinity (SAI) team was at Goodwill Christian College, where MD & CEO Swarnalatha Iyer addressed a gathering of undergraduate psychology students on Emotional Hygiene. Speaking with enthusiasm and zeal, she told the students how to be aware of their emotional and social wellness, and discussed in detail how they can maintain good emotional hygiene. The session was filled with practical tools and guidelines on how to maintain stable relationships, and express emotions aptly. The students showed  keen interest, listening carefully, and learning through interactive activities. The highlight of Prof. Swarnalatha’s talk was the importance of developing an “attitude of gratitude” towards everything in life. The programme was very well received by the management and students alike.

Emotional Management- a guest lecture at APS College of Arts & Science

One of the key influencers of a person’s quality of life is his/ her ability to manage one’s emotions. This is especially important in the formative years of adolescence. Pre-University College Students find themselves often overwhelmed with emotions- what with the myriad challenges they face. Physiological changes, exam anxiety, performance pressure, peer pressure, dealing with parents’ expectations… all add to a teenager’s emotional roller coaster.

To address this challenge in youngsters, the APS College of Arts & Science organised a guest lecture for their PUC students, delivered by MD & CEO of SAI Pvt. Ltd, Prof. Swarnalatha Iyer. The lecture, presided over by the Principal, focussed on helping the youngsters identify and manage their emotions better.

Our attitudes shape our behaviours and thereby shape our personalities. The key to having a successful life is to maintain a positive mental attitude towards life events. Emphasising on this aspect, Swarnalatha’s lecture brought to light the importance of responding to situations as opposed to reacting. Expounding the difference between the two, her lecture taught the young adults HOW to respond instead of reacting, drawing on several examples. It is this quality which affirms one’s level of maturity, and marks the transformation of a teenager from a child to an adult.

SAI Pvt. Ltd. is thankful to APS College for this initiative, and looks forward to more such collaborations with the institution.

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