Tag Archives: mindfulness

Calming the Rush of Panic in Your Body

Cliff’s Notes: This article describes the elementary practices and attitudes for mindful breathing.  I am posting it on my website so that I can make it available to my clients and any others who might benefit. Bob Stahl, Ph.D., is the author. I highly recommend his books. The original work was published here: http://www.mindful.org/calming-rush-panic-body/ Calming the Rush […]

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Here’s the science behind happy relationships- When/if all partners are committed to the project.

If partners are committed to making a relationship work, this video can help a lot! Buy it, watch it together, start using the skills- it works if you work it, but it won’t work if you don’t work it. It is a lot cheaper ($20 for the DVD) than marriage counseling, and thus it is infinitely […]

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Want an awesome relationship? Be generous and kind to your partner

Want an awesome relationship? Be generous and kind to your partner, especially if you are at having a difficult time with one another. http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2014/06/happily-ever-after/372573/

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Mindful Walking

Here’s a link to a 9 minute mindful walking audio I made a few years ago. Feel free to download the audio mp3 file and store it on your phone, iPod, computer, etc. On a Windows computer you hover over the link,  click the right mouse button, and choose “save link as” and save it somewhere you can […]

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Behavior change is difficult

Your mind works like this. It is really hard, at times, to learn new ways of doing something you’ve done for a long time. Behavior change is difficult. It requires focus, persistence, and patience. Watch the short video- it’s a cool way to illustrate the point.    

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