Pradip Parajuli

Psychological Counselor/Life Coach Practitioner

Learned Helplessness

I happened to visit Chitwan National Park formerly known as Royal Chitwan National Park in my childhood. The experience of elephant ride and the safari was amazing. While visiting the Elephant House, I was very much puzzled to see such scenario that huge elephants were…

Trapped Wasp

The childhood memory is still vivid in my mind. It was Saturday sunny morning. I was looking out the window and facing my face in front of sun ray. Suddenly, my attention directed towards the sound of a wasp. I observed it– It continued to…

Happiness Paradox

Happiness is an abstract concept. It is paradoxical.  Some people are successful and happy outwardly. Yet they are deep empty inside.  It is not my presumption and any hypothetical judgement.  I know very well that I am not the expert in other people’s lives. These…

A Confident Dump

On April 19, 1995 two Pittsburgh Banks were robbed in broad daylight. The robber wore no mask and surveillance camera clearly showed him holding a gun to the teller. Obviously, the police became sure about the suspect by watching the video tape. Later that night,…

A Panic Boy

There was a boy who was hungry and happened to search the kitchen of the house in the absence of his parents. Suddenly, he saw a jar full of peanuts. He was elated and went to grab the peanuts. The boy put hand into the…

Ticking Clock

It’s 6 am in the morning and the clock on the table of my bedroom is ticking. I am completely awake listening the ticking sound of the clock, staring at the ceiling and concentrating on my breathing. I am completely in the state of stillness.…

Time Management

A year ago, I was requested to conduct a brief session for young high school students about Time Management. Before I jumped to the core subject matter, I had asked the following questions to the participants- -What is the Time Management for you? -How are…