Calm

Am I Doing This Right? 

For those with a history of breathing problems, the seemingly simple process of breathing is entangled with fear, anxiety, and other difficult emotions. Read More 

  • Steven Hickman
  • May 27, 2018
Calm

Will My Well-Being Increase If I Meditate? 

Mindfulness research points to probabilities, not concrete results tailored to each individual. But science can help us be better explorers—and meditation is fundamentally a practice of investigation. Read More 

  • Steven Hickman
  • January 24, 2018
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Uncategorized

The Mindful FAQ: Can Mindfulness Do More Harm Than Help? 

If you feel that a particularly challenging feeling or memory is growing too big or intense to bear, the most mindful thing you can do is to choose intentionally to disengage, says clinical psychologist and mindfulness teacher Steve Hickman. Read More 

  • Steven Hickman
  • September 26, 2017
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Calm

5 Ways Sadness is Good for You 

Scientists are finding out how sadness works in the brain—and they're discovering that it can confer important advantages. Read More 

  • Joseph Forgas and Steven Hickman
  • April 25, 2017
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Anxiety

The Upside of Sadness 

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? Read More 

  • Steven Hickman
  • April 10, 2017

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