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Give yourself permission to feel your feelings — all them. Don’t question whether they’re worthy. Don’t judge yourself as self-indulgent.
Avoid these stress stimulators.
As a doctor in the reproductive psychiatry and OB/GYN departments at UCSF Medical Center, I've worked with many moms who are considered older (or of...
4. You can't remember the last time you did nothing.
What are my children really inheriting?
It can take the place of that giant cup of coffee.
Even something as distracting as a cellphone buzz can be a reminder for mindfulness.
Try this quick technique next time you need to deal with anxiety, nerves, stress, or even just some post-workout muscle soreness.
Yes, I know that “not enough time” has become one of most repeated mantras in the XXI Century. But doesn’t it sound like an excuse?
Traditional medicine is making a serious comeback.
We know that chronic stress can spike inflammation in our bodies, increasing the risk of health problems. But research also suggests that more...
Block off your calendar, set your intention, ditch your devices, and enjoy.
Understanding how you cognitively distort is key to breaking free of some of your most toxic mental traps.
Imagine yourself driving behind the proverbial little old lady who is driving 30 mph while you are trying to get to work. The little old lady is...
A post-work meditation for total relaxation in three minutes or less.
We know that meditation can help with everything from reducing stress to improving concentration. But there’s one big benefit that’s often...
From stress and anxiety reduction to mindfulness and self-compassion, here are eight reasons the simple act of coloring should be a part of your...