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How Brain Training Can Boost Confidence

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Confidence is an attractive and necessary quality to succeed in business, relationships, and life. But, it is a subjective and, sometimes, misunderstood characteristic. From the painfully shy to the arrogantly ...

Mindfulness Shows Mixed Results for Older Adults’ Well-Being

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Mindfulness practices are on the rise. But studies so far have shown mixed results in the elderly, and more investigation is needed to determine exactly how best to apply mindfulness ...

Sharing Good News Boosts Health and Happiness

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A new study finds that supportive, responsive partners provide a buffer to loneliness and sleep deficits among military couples. Better sleep, communication, and emotional support are key to better overall ...

How to Take a Chance for Happiness

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“To refuse what life offers is to chance not recognizing happiness if it comes your way.” – Maurice Goudeket What do you say if someone asks you “Do you want ...

Unlocking the benefits of exercise for mental health

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It’s a no-brainer that the physical benefits of exercise can take time to manifest, but the emotional and mental benefits can be almost instantaneous. “When we exercise, more of the ...

Are You Skipping This Crucial Step When Setting Goals?

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At the beginning of each calendar year, many of us set lofty goals, with the hope and expectation that with such achievements we’ll be happier. For instance, we vow to ...

A Simple, 7-Day, Kid-Friendly, Healthy Dinner Plan

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Here is a 7-day kid-friendly healthy dinner plan especially for those kids who need to eat healthier and for any moms (like me) who want to have their family become ...

10 Habits to Make Happiness a Lifestyle

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Life is so fascinating. There’s always something to learn and do, and there’s unfinished business, a situation to resolve, a habit to break, a relationship to start or improve, something ...

Steps To Practice Mindfulness: Part II

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Introduction In my previous article, according to, I described mindfulness as the following: Mindfulness is a state of active, open attention on the present. When you’re mindful, you observe ...

Mindfulness & Happiness: Not So Fast

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Meditation has a deep history in all spiritual traditions as a path toward compassion and insight.It has also been practiced in many as a means to get to the root ...

Meditation Benefits ALS Patients

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An eight-week mindfulness-based meditation program led to improved quality of life and psychological well-being in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), according to new research. In a randomized, open-label, and ...

Book Review: Weight, Diet & Body Image

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When is the last time you were at an event that did not involve food? Perhaps it was a Monday morning committee meeting or church activity on Thursday night. Because ...

Yoga + Addiction: An Interview with Filmmaker and Yoga Teacher Lindsey Clennell

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Lindsey Clennell is a filmmaker and senior teacher of Iyengar yoga. In 2007, he created and distributed the documentary film Addiction, Recovery and Yoga, which he distributed for free online.


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