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Relationships

How to Practice Listening Without Getting Defensive 

Taking the time to listen to how another person feels—without immediately and sometimes impulsively reacting—creates the space for both parties to feel heard. Try this exercise to strengthen your active listening skills. Read More

  • Jennifer Wolkin

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Relationships

Mindful Education for Anti-Racist Allies 

Sharing his own lived experience along with compassion, Emmanuel Acho helps us learn about important issues to have more constructive conversations about race—and ultimately lead to change. Read More 

  • Amber Tucker
  • July 24, 2020
Daily Practices

How Mindfulness Teachers Can Build Brave Space 

Mindful self-compassion teacher Steve Hickman offers advice for his fellow teachers to lovingly acknowledge the turbulence of their own hearts, and those of their students, during times where compassionate presence and action are needed more than ever. Read More 

  • Steve Hickman
  • July 8, 2020
Work

What Makes a Conversation Mindful? 

So much of what we accomplish, particularly at work, comes in the form of conversations. And when those conversations can be more mindful, we can develop a kinder, more compassionate culture. Read More 

  • Jae Ellard
  • May 14, 2019

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