Tagged: Mindful Magazine – Dec’13

Features

Teenagers leave the comforts of home and phone, live together on a tiny boat, and discover how to be alone and how to pull together. It’s not easy, but it’s unforgettable.

watercolor of family dancing in a circle
Features

Busy schedules, digital devices, long commutes—all of this leads to family members who are disconnected from each other as never before. Psychologists Stefanie and Elisha Goldstein show us ways to strengthen relationships, increase everyone’s well-being, and bring the family back together.

Living

Put down your to-do list so you can get down to what you'd really like to do: inject some joy back into the holiday season. 

Magazine

As scientists learn more about how the structure of our brains affects our behavior, Sharon Begley asks: Are we responsible for our actions, or can we just blame our brains?

Magazine

Mindful's interview with Daniel Goleman, bestselling author of Emotional Intelligence, on his new book, Focus, and how we can hone one of the greatest gifts we have. 

Magazine

Neurocomic, a graphic novel about the brain, was written and illustrated by neuroscientists who want to take us on a tour inside our own heads, with a little history thrown in.

Magazine

Mindful's Q&A with Tristan Gorrindo, child and adolescent psychiatrist, about getting teens off of autopilot when it comes to engaging with social media.