Noticing: Connecting With Our Kids In The Midst Of Busy Lives

Parents who have professional careers or busy jobs find difficulties in spending useful time with their children. Sometimes we may think we spend time with them, but actually we pay attention to our smartphone or we are distracted by other things we consider more important. It is about the age-old …

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Seeing Behind “Bad” Behavior

In the article today, dr. Mitch Abblett, a clinical psychologist and director of the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy and Joseph D’Antuono, Attorney and Education advocate are talking about kids struggling with chronic emotional and behavioral problems. It is a fact that those children are usually labelled as “misbehaving” by …

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How People Learn To Increase Their Resilience

There are always ups and downs in our lives and the way we perceive stress in the difficult moments plays a major role in resilience. Resilience is the ability to get back up after adversity and resilient people are those who able to greet difficulty as an opportunity for learning …

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5 Minute Million Dollar Dip

5 ingredients and only 5 minutes! That’s all you need to cook this amazing recipe! 5 Million Dollar Dip is so deliciously addicting and will be the biggest hit wherever it goes!  It has mayonnaise, green onions, cheddar cheese, and bacon bits.  If you will want to substitute the mayonnaise …

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Quick & Healthy Dinner: 20 Minute Honey Garlic Shrimp

You may have your dinner ready in 20 minute tonight! Good news, don’t you think? Besides, you will have a healthy and wonderful dinner with seafood like in a Mediterranean restaurant. The shrimp takes a whopping 5 minutes to cook on the stove, while the marinating takes another 15! This marinade …

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Meditation And Running: A Treatment For Depression

More studies have been made recently in order to reveal the connection between different sports and meditation and the consequent benefits upon our health. One research published in Translational Psychiatry has found that aerobic exercise and meditation can impact mental health. New research suggests now that combining mindfulness meditation and …

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Don’t Fall Into The Self-Esteem Trap: Try A Little Self-Kindness

Our self-esteem is changeable, depending on the way we think about ourselves. Self-esteem is made up of all the thoughts, feelings and opinions we have about ourselves. It is an emotional roller-coaster ride: our sense of self-worth rises and falls depending on our success or failure. Negative thinking about ourselves …

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To Practice Mindfulness Is To Return To Life

Thich Nhat Hanh on mindfulness, harnessing compassion and cherishing life. Thich Nhat Hanh is a renowned Zen Master who lives at Plum Village practice center in France. He is the founder of the Engaged Buddhist movement and the author of over a hundred books which have sold millions of copies …

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Two Creative And Easy DIY Furniture Hacks

You probably keep in your deposit or garage much old furniture. We give you a tip: never throw them away! But don’t let them just stay there anymore. You can reuse old furniture into something creative, practical and unique for your home! Just look on the Internet for some ideas …

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