Mindful Living | Love & Relationships

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We should always fight for what’s right. But when we’re on the defensive, our brains contract around that feeling, and that affects how we respond—with more reactivity (we’ve all seen our friends Facebook updates lately), which can stifle skillful action. How do we let go, and still keep going?

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People who approach others as a problem are most likely taking aim at themselves when no one else is around. Here’s how to shift out of reaction mode and see the good even in our most judgemental friends.

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Living

In these divided times, we need mindfulness more than ever, says Barry Boyce. It can help us to build resilience and understand one another.

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