“The time of childhood is going to go fast,” says Rick Bass, author of Where the Sea Used to Be. “I’m doing what I can to slow it down.”
Anne Cushman's young son, Skye, keeps her on her toes with his many questions: How do we know the things we know? How do we justify our decisions?
Dr. Sarah Buckley shares her story about being more attuned to a baby's most basic needs.
As parents, we experience stress at various times during the day—whether during a hectic morning routine, a hurried bedtime ritual, or a silent drive to school. But mindfulness can help in many ways, says psychologist Raelynn Maloney.
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How can mindfulness help? Elisha Goldstein, Mindful's mental health blogger, looks beyond teen exam stress.
Steph Tlalka: Meditation vacuum cleaner?
Carsten Knox: Stay connected to nature.
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No, really. 1) Locate a flower in field of vision. 2) Stop.
3) Lean in and sniff. Wow.
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Grab some fresh air. What's outside? Scan the vista for two or three signs of spring.
Watch a clock. Does your mind move faster than the second hand?
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