The Oscar-winning movie, The King's Speech, focused the world's attention on coping with stuttering. Here, Dr. Ian Ellis-Jones explains how mindfulness can help manage the speech disorder.
The cry we hear from deep in our hearts, says Thich Nhat Hanh, comes from the wounded child within. Healing this inner child’s pain will transform negative emotions.
When Meg Federico helped start up a program for lonely older people and their caregivers, she didn’t know what she was getting into: a goofy, loving atmosphere where people come to life and living in the present is the only option.
Ronald Alexander, Ph.D. shares the story of a young couple's journey to healing after the loss of their two children, and offers six strategies for us to use when confronted with the tragedy of loss.
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Ed Halliwell on what mindful movement taught him about his patterns of thinking.
Elisha Goldstein: Beyond teen exam stress.
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Go outside or look outside. How many different shades of green can you see? Count. 2, 5, a dozen, more? Appreciate all that is alive.
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Next time you walk, notice each foot as it meets the ground and as you lift it and swing it. No need to look down. Don't bump anyone.
Find a painting. On a wall, a calendar, a restaurant, side of a building. Do some impromptu art appreciation. Rinse (your mind) and repeat.
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