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Anxiety

High Anxiety 

Anxiety disorders adversely affect the lives of about 40 million Americans. They are plagued by insecurity, dread, persistent stress, and irrational fears. Noted essayist and author Barbara Graham reveals her personal story of a lifelong struggle with high anxiety, and details her expansive search for relief and peace of mind. Read More 

  • Barbara Graham
  • January 29, 2016
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Compassion

Still Curious after All These Years 

Curiosity is a powerful motivating force that moves us forward. It propels us through doors and compels us to explore new pathways. Even though it’s rumored to have killed the cat, Sue Moon assures us that retaining a sense of it is a valuable tool for staying alive and vital. Read More 

  • Susan Moon
  • January 29, 2016
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Voices

A Matter of Death and Life 

High school seniors at The Harley School in Rochester, New York, have the option of taking a class called “hospice.” Most who sign up for it don’t know what they’re in for, but none of them forget the experience when it’s over. Read More 

  • Jennifer Campbell
  • January 21, 2016
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Compassion

Creating Moments of Meaning 

Pay attention to little rituals you and your partner do together—those tidbits of shared meaning could be the key to keeping the relationship, and romance, alive. Read More 

  • Cheryl Fraser
  • December 11, 2015
Calm

5 Ways to Bring Mindfulness Home 

Connecting with your family is crucial to everyone’s well-being. Here are some things to keep in mind as you make the effort. Read More 

  • Elisha Goldstein and Stefanie Goldstein
  • July 24, 2015

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