Adultery, Pre-marital, Extra-Marital relationships leading to overall emotional conflicts and related problems
Anger, tendencies towards excessive aggressiveness, Anti-social tendencies, lack of discipline or inconsistent discipline, abusive, impulsive behaviour.
Assertiveness, demanding undue attention, attempting to dominate others through unfair means.
Conflict, weak interpersonal bonding, lack of understanding and empathy for others, argumentative, always contradicting others or society.
Depression, leading to feeling lonely, unloved, worthlessness, persecuted, withdrawal from social life, feeling excessively self conscious, sleep deficiency, little or no sleep.
Eating Disorders leading to overweight people who fear eating more due to social stigma in some societies associated with being overweight, and similar problems faced by people who feel they are underweight.
Family, minor children who don't listen to their parents, generation gap between parents and children, parents who impose unrealistic values on their children, lack of trust between family members leading to emotional crisis, sexually abusive/incestous spouse, sibling, grand parent, or in-law, inability to deal with death in the family, inability to cope with disease in the family
Forgiveness inability to forgive a cheating family member, friend, colleague, or the spouse
Frustration unable to cope with competition at the workplace, in school, at college, or frustration at being unable to change the way things happen at home, or the neighborhood committee.
In addition to all the issues we have listed above Feeltalk also offers help to solve emotional problems caused as a result of
Loss - Financial Loss, Loss of a loved one to disease, disaster or natural death,
Marginal Performance of your child at school or your subordinate at the workplace.
Relating to Others
Lack of Self-Image
Sexuality - Conflicting perception of one's sexuality whether they are Gay or Lesbian, Transexualism
Stress related work, family, society, education, as a result of being unemployed, or underemployed.