Therapists explain how the well-meaning phrase can make some situations worse and share what to do instead.
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Ditch the java and try these instead.
Researchers at Purdue University have used a crawling robot baby to discover that infants are exposed to four times as many airborne microbes than adults.
As I clench the sides of the sink with my fingers, a flood of past memories surge through my body. A million thoughts run
Armed with an app guiding me through this meditation, I practiced dutifully for several months--but eventually I fell off
Mindfulness practices of breathing, focusing, watching one's emotions, and managing our ego aren't complicated. These simple
This life I've been gifted? It's breathtaking. When I think of my life it's truly breathtaking, but it is not the life-stealing
For SELF, by Zahra Barnes Let it go — and go get it. As many enterprising people with clitorises know, there are various
Feeling the benefits of breath is experiential, it's hard to understand just by hearing or reading about it. It can also
Give yourself the opportunity to see opportunity. Breathe. Just breathe. Keep breathing. Then know -- you can chose peace.
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"I've had high school and college students who report back to me that they're making better grades on tests and giving better
We can wake ourselves up by increasing our oxygen level by breathing deeply. Or conversely, we can put ourselves to sleep with a kind of meditation of shallow breathing, and repeating silently the words to the rhythmic "in" and "out" like a mantra.
Tip #3: Think differently. In the same 2014 study that followed the veterans for 20 years, the researchers found that it
I watched as her belly rose, her waist stretched for the corners of the room, and her chest lifted toward the ceiling. Just when I thought the exhale was approaching, she invited in more and more air, and then, as slowly as she took it in, she let it go.