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These activities can help all of us to acknowledge, release, and create a conversation with and around our feelings.
"I didn’t even know how to approach healing, but I had to believe I was capable of it in order to carry on."
I don't do drama, period.
Do apps really work? Yes and no.
Even something as distracting as a cellphone buzz can be a reminder for mindfulness.
Taking a minute to stop and handle the one or two things that feel doable might be exactly what you need to stop the slide into panic and turn your...
If you or your kids think you don’t have time for even a little mindfulness practice, think again.
Don’t believe me? Give it a try: I dare you.
We are at our best when our minds and bodies are synchronized. Our bodies are already living in the present moment, but as soon as we can use...
Marie Kondo's method can declutter more than just your home.
Everything—and everyone—tries to throw off her Zen.
Since we understand that the ego requires a problem—any problem—to dwell on, you must simply provide it with new material.
"Treating yourself is an amazing way to practice active self-care."
Therapy can be a sort of facilitated meditation—a space to be quiet, to think, and to borrow someone else’s brain for a while so that they can think...
Why are we here? At a certain point in life, almost all of us ask this question. How successful we are depends on where we go for answers.
Think of them as divine life coaches.