on Mental Health

Friday, February 27 2015

The creator of Nonviolent Communication, who touched the lives of countless people, died earlier this month.

On Saturday, February 7th, Marshall Rosenberg, a psychologist, founder of Nonviolent Communication (NVC), and a pioneer in the compassion movement

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posted by Elisha Goldstein, 1:59 pm
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Friday, February 13 2015

Shamash Alidina, author of The Mindful Way Through Stress, shares tips for reducing stress with Elisha Goldstein

Stress seems to be the underlying issue with many of our aversive conditions, whether they’re psychological or physical.

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posted by Elisha Goldstein, 4:51 pm
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Friday, February 6 2015

Our brain is equipped to uncover happiness, says Elisha Goldstein. One way we can do that is to tap into a deeper source of meaning and purpose: connection with others. 

Did you know that compassion—the act of recognizing someone else’s suffering with the inclination to want to support them—creates important activity shifts in the brain t

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Friday, January 30 2015

Elisha Goldstein offers a short practice for building positive thoughts and dealing with negative ones. 

When it comes to our self-critical thinking, Byron Katie has

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Monday, January 26 2015

There is real biological power in the simple act of a hug. It can melt away the stress from a day. It can lend itself to repairing emotional wounds.

There’s really nothing like the power of a big supportive hug. The body reads a sense of caring in the human touch. When we’re hugged we sense that on a deep level, we are not alone.

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posted by Elisha Goldstein, 3:59 pm
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