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Living

From food cravings to telling off grumpy colleagues, some habits are hard to avoid even on our best days. We’ve rounded up these mindfulness reads so you can flourish in every facet of life—even during those tough times.

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Features

It’s never fun, but over the course of a lifetime, sadness visits us all. What if instead of resisting, you could welcome it in and listen to what it has to say?

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Magazine

Mindfulness asks us to simply notice the storylines we create in our minds without trying to change them. Meditation gives us the space to choose not to react to those things that trigger our anxiety.

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Living

Though we often equate compulsions and addictions, researchers are now drawing a sharp distinction between these two behaviors—one is about avoiding and the other about seeking.

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