Fireflies

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It takes seven to eight seconds of leaning into wonder and awe to have a similar effect as 15 minutes of mindfulness. Don’t believe me? Step outside on a summer night, as it nears dusk, and find a spot to get comfortable. ...…

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Embracing Our Part

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As we step into the season of doing, go and do. It is good for the soul. But, through doing, remember that all that is asked of you is to do your part, we are never meant to be the whole.…

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Spring Coping Skills

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Coping skills help us maintain a steady baseline of functioning that allows us to ride the wave of emotions without the wave becoming all-consuming. Discover some spring coping skills.…

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Glimmers

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Glimmers don’t cause us to avoid the hard. By stepping into the goodness around us, we become much more useful and productive when the hard begs our attention. Learn how...…

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Come To The Table

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Tables have always meant sitting together, removing distractions and attuning to those around me. This is why it was such a powerful metaphor when Brene Brown described, in “Atlas of the Heart,” that pulling up a chair and listening to what our emotions are trying to say is beneficial.…

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Building Tolerance with Uncertainty

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Sitting with uncertainty is uncomfortable, and, quite frankly, we aren’t very good at it. But it’s not entirely our fault. Our brains have a deep desire to know things, and so they often unconsciously fill in blanks for us and help areas of uncertainty feel much more certain.…

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