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TRANSFORM YOUR WORST ENEMY AS YOUR BEST FRIEND

Dr.N.Prema.

Abstract
Lot of people are leading a stressful life in this materialistic world. One of the reasons behind is that, they feel there
is no honesty in relationships. This investigation was aimed to identify the psychological issues of women, who tried to
change their worst enemies as their best friends. Who is your “Best Friend and Worst Enemy”? As the question indicates,
the answer will be a single person only. That is you. Yes, your mind is only your best friend and your mind will become
your worst enemy when it is not in control. To prove this statement, 30 married women were taken as sample for this
small sampling investigation. One to one interview method was adopted by following the rules of interviewing technique.
Based on the responses of the sample for the structured questions, the investigator made a meticulous analysis and
inferred about the mental status of the women. Fifty percent of the women were extremely depressed because of betrayal
by their loved ones. Twenty percent of the women were also depressed, but slightly. And only thirty percent of the
women were feeling free. Women were not able to come out of their depressed state, especially when they were betrayed
by them on whom they had immeasurable hope in life. The result of this study in nutshell is, the women who were
betrayed by their loved ones, have made their mind as the worst enemy for themselves. And the women who made their
mind as the best friend, of course, were not betrayed by anyone. This study will help the readers to transform their minds
as their best friends

Key words: Friend, Enemy, Transform, Interview, Betrayal, Depression, Stress


 
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Dr.N.Prema. 2021. TRANSFORM YOUR WORST ENEMY AS YOUR BEST FRIEND. Journal of Critical Reviews, 8 (1), 690-692. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.01.76



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Dr.N.Prema. "TRANSFORM YOUR WORST ENEMY AS YOUR BEST FRIEND." Journal of Critical Reviews 8 (2021), 690-692. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.01.76



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Dr.N.Prema. "TRANSFORM YOUR WORST ENEMY AS YOUR BEST FRIEND." Journal of Critical Reviews 8.1 (2021), 690-692. Print. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.01.76



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Dr.N.Prema (2021) TRANSFORM YOUR WORST ENEMY AS YOUR BEST FRIEND. Journal of Critical Reviews, 8 (1), 690-692. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.01.76