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Body & Mind

Do you worry seemingly as much as you inhale? In this animation from The School of Life, philosopher Alain de Botton talks about why we “catastrophize,” and why some of us spend more time worrying than others.

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Body & Mind

Scientists insist on talking about the brain while the rest of us talk about the mind. Sharon Begley sizes up the two sides of the mind/brain conversation.

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Body & Mind

A breakdown can be inconvenient, but it comes with an important message. In this video from School of Life, philosopher Alain de Botton explains how breakdowns provide you with an opportunity to listen to what your body and mind really need.

Body & Mind

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

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