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How to Keep Your Smartphone from Hurting Your Relationships

  |   Life In General, Living, Love & Relationships, Relationship, Relationship Advice   |   No comment

A mindful relationship with our phones is the key to balancing in-person interactions and online activity. Here are six ways to limit screen time in order to be more present in our real-world relationships. By Tchiki Davis | April 2018 ↓ By 2016, 77 percent of U.S. adults owned a smartphone....

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5 Mindful Tips for Parenting Conundrums

  |   Healthy Life Style, Home, Home environment, Living, Parenting   |   No comment

Explore how mindfulness can help you enjoy your family time instead of being anxious or easily provoked by your children into unhelpful reactions. ↓ ↓ Mindfulness is a natural capacity we all have for being aware of what’s happening in the present moment. That sounds simple, but many parents find...

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How to Tell Your Stories Without Casting Yourself as the Victim

  |   Healthy Life Style, Self Image & Esteem, Smart Living, Storytelling   |   No comment

↓ Empower yourself to shift the stories you tell. I could tell this tale as if I was a standup comic, social scientist, low-self-esteem support-group speaker and/or seer. And I want you to tell your tales in such ways too. But more about that later. ↓ Something weird has...

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3 Ways to Reconnect With Things We Love

  |   Grow, Hobbies, Joy, Passion, Self Image & Esteem   |   No comment

↓ We quit things we love because we believe ourselves unworthy.   Have you given up things you love?   Not things you loved, past tense, then honestly stopped loving—such as keg parties or Angry Birds. I mean things—places, topics, whatever—you still love, but let go.   Maybe you told yourself you didn't love them anymore so move...

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How to Be a Resilient Parent

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Children learn more from what you do than what you say, so your resilience—the way they watch you approach adversity—affects theirs. Explore these mindful strategies for building awareness around challenging experiences. Imagine two equally talented graduates at their first jobs. Within a year, downsizing gets them both laid...

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