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Interactive Session by Dr. Shyam Mithiya for grooming Std 9th & 10th students for their professional & personal development.


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Dr. Shyam Mithiya's article in Mumbai Mirror today on a significant age difference between couples and what is it like to live with an unconventional age gap in this city.


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Are Open Marriages on the rise? Why people nowadays are opting for such relationships? Psychiatrist & Counselor Dr. Shyam Mithiya shares his opinion in Hindustan Times today.


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Dr. Shyam Mithiya shares his views in MiD DAY!


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Dr. Shyam Mithiya talks about Struggles after Divorce...Click below to Read his article in Hindustan Times.


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Dr. Shyam Mithiya's article featured in 'New Woman' Magazine.


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Couples today are increasingly opting to remain Childless. Dr Shyam Mithiya cites the many reasons behind this decision and explains benefits and drawbacks of the same


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Dr. Shyam Mithiya's article in Hindustan Times HT Café . 8 SEP 2016


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Dr. Shyam Mithiya on air at Radio Channel Redtro 106.Chaar FM





Dr. Shyam Mithiya awarded as THE BEST SEXOLOGIST & NEUROPSYCHIATRIST IN MUMBAI


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Dr. Shyam Mithiya's article in Mumbai Mirror today on why most women enjoy foreplay more than sex and certain myths about women orgasm.


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Check out Dr. Shyam Mithiya's article in Gujarati Mid - Day!


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Dr. Shyam Mithiya's interview in Mid-Day today!


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A new study says that Women who have been cheated on by their male partners become stronger in the end and eventually become better at choosing the right partners. Check out views of Dr. Shyam Mithiya on the same in Hindustan Times today!


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Dr. Shyam Mithiya's views in Hindustan Times today on how comfortable society is, in accepting divorces and remarriages.


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Dr. Shyam Mithiya receives Award for THE MOST ADMIRED CONSULTANT OF THE YEAR (NEUROPSYCHIATRIST & SEXUAL HEALTH PROBLEMS, MAHARASHTRA), by Asia Service Quality Awards 2016


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Check out the telecast of Dr. Shyam Mithiya receiving an Award




Dr. Shyam Mithiya's article in Hindustan Times today on 'Baby - A boon in a couple's life'. Check it


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Is Impotence your fault? Check out what Dr. Shyam Mithiya has to say about this?


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Dr. Shyam Mithiya sheds light on Open Relationships and pros and cons of the same.


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E-counselling for Mental Health, recommended or not? Check out Dr. Shyam Mithiya's views on the same in 'The Hindu' today!


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This Diwali, pitch in with housework, as a study suggests that men who help with home chores have a better shot between the sheets. Check out Dr. Shyam Mithiya's views

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Dr Shyam Mithiya's views in Mumbai Mirror on Dangerous Sexting Liaisons!

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What should you do on your first night (Suhaag raat) || Dr. Shyam Mithiya

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Is your partner not interested in sex? Dr. Shyam Mithiya solves your problem

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Why so much discontent in high-profile families? BBC news features an article with views of Dr. Shyam Mithiya on the same.

BBC | September 7, 2015


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Dr. Shyam Mithiya's views in Hindustan Times today on 'Open Marriage'.


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Based on the recent case of Indrani and Sheena Bora, an article on Attraction and Relationships between Cousins, with Dr. Shyam Mithiya's views on it, along with 2 other renowned Psychiatrists, Dr. K.P Dave and Dr. Anjali chhabria - Very well compiled by Ms. Laxmi Vagasiya, Editor, Mid-Day.

MID DAY - GUJARATI | September 2, 2015


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Dr. Shyam Mithiya's interview in Mid-Day today!

MID DAY - GUJARATI | August 25, 2015


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Dr. Shyam Mithiya's article in Gujarati Mid-Day.

MID DAY - GUJARATI | July 27, 2015


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Dr. Shyam Mithiya as an expert in Panel Discussion on 'Obesity and Sex' on Careworld Channel.


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Dr. Shyam Mithiya shares his views on 'Public acceptance of homosexuality'.

MID DAY - GUJARATI | May 23, 2015


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TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING

Mumbai Mirror | Feb 21, 2015


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Dr. Shyam Mithiya's Interview in Mid-Day

MID DAY - GUJARATI | Feb 10, 2015


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Dr. Shyam Mithiya's article on Child Psychology ...!!

MID DAY - GUJARATI | Dec 17, 2014


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Pillow Talk

Mumbai Mirror | Dec 6, 2014

Sometimes, talking dirty with your partner can save your relationship. Here's an essential guide to risque conversations in bed.

When Akansha (name changed), 25, catches up with her female friends over a coffee, the conversation invariably drifts towards sex, she says. She shares details with them that she could never tell her boyfriend. It's easier, she says, to talk to them about sexual preferences; what works and what doesn't than her live-in partner.
"Our love life runs a decent track record. I have no complaints but I may have some pointers," she says. On an average, the couple has sex once a week. "It is always initiated by him. I have tried to do the same but he claims to be busy or preoccupied.
On more than one occasion, it ended in a fight. So I don't broach the topic. I still don't understand what the problem is," she says, admitting that she hasn't asked him so outright.
Akansha's problem is a common one, says Dr Rajan Bhonsle, head of the department of sexual medicine, KEM. He calls it the silent epidemic. "In a majority of the cases I see, communication is the biggest problem. Once they have talked about what is bothering them, they are able to sort it out easily," he says.
It is possible, says Bhonsle that a couple may communicate well on other issues but shy away when it comes to talking about sex. "Women face this problem more because it is built into their belief system that their partner's satisfaction is primary. They put their needs last," says Dr Shyam Mithiya, consultant psychiatrist and sexologist, Seven Hills Hospital. In 70 per cent of the cases he gets, he says, women admitted that they didn't mention their preferences.
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