How can empathic people let loose the burden of other people's emotions?
When your body has disease, illness or painful conditions, suppressed (somatized) emotion can exacerbate symptoms... Read More
Gretchen Rubin's new book provides a different path to decluttering.
A few years ago, when Marie Kondo’s first book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, came... Read More
Many of us are ignorant of the fact that a water cooler and a water dispenser are entirely different things. While water cooler cools water a... Read More
Mindful Editor, Anne Alexander, shares some cringeworthy reasons why self-care might just be something worth considering.
Self-care can be touchy subject. It certainly was for me.
I used to... Read More
An excerpt from Grateful Exit: How to Advocate Effectively, Take Care of Yourself, and Be Present for the Death of a Loved One.
Even with all the advances... Read More
We all have bad days, where nothing we do seems to work out the way we planned. If these days are more common than not, you... Read More
By balancing our physiology and nervous systems, body-based practices can help us through hard times.
Stuff happens. Another car suddenly swerves into your lane on the freeway.... Read More
A new book explains how we can learn empathy and have better social interactions.
It’s hard to watch someone who is suffering. We may feel their pain... Read More
We can find more balance at work by noticing distractions in all their different forms, says Joe Burton.
Open offices, long meetings, and continuous partial attention across multiple devices... Read More
Stress, it turns out, is a lot like snow. Here’s how to dig out.
Endoca recently did a survey and found that 58 percent of all Americans... Read More