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Mental Health

How Self-Compassion Can Improve Teen Mental Health 

Research has demonstrated that cultivating self-compassion—learning how to be kind and supportive to oneself—can act as a shield for teenagers against the negative impacts of social media, trauma, depression, and various other challenges. While self-compassion is not a magical solution, it can help alleviate some of the difficulties that adolescents encounter on a daily basis. Read More

  • Dr. Karen Bluth

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Anxiety

4 Science-Backed Tips for Sticking to Your Meditation Practice 

When it comes to building the habit of meditation, questions about how much to practice (and how to stick with it over time) may leave you shrugging your shoulders instead of relaxing them. Here are four strategies to help you build a practice that works for you. Read More 

  • Carly Hunt
  • January 31, 2023
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Anxiety

Nurses Are Burnt Out. Can Mindfulness Help? 

We know mindfulness-based interventions have been successful in reducing burnout, stress, anxiety, and depression, but few studies have applied this to nurses. Here’s a look at how researchers are bridging the gap. Read More 

  • Sophie Kelly
  • January 28, 2023
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Meditation for Anxiety 

Explore how mindfulness and meditation can help soften feelings of anxiousness, reduce stress, and calm a panic attack. Read More 

  • Mindful Staff
  • January 20, 2023
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