well-being

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Anxiety

Living in a World of Grief 

In the midst of the pandemic, we're finding a new language of loss, one that holds space for all the ways we grieve. Read More 

  • Leslie Garrett
  • December 21, 2021
The BASICS of Mindful Eating—Photo of someone peeling clementines over a bowl of un-peeled clementines.
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The BASICS of Mindful Eating 

How often do you sit down to eat with no screens and when you’re not on the move? Lynn Rossy shares how slowing down and paying attention to our meals can help us know what our body needs and when. Read More 

  • Lynn Rossy
  • November 28, 2021
How to be More Aware of Emotional Bypassing—Illustration of a Black woman wearing a red shirt with her eyes closed and thunder clouds surrounding her head.
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How to be More Aware of Emotional Bypassing 

It makes sense that we want to distance ourselves from pain, but true wellness means learning to sit with our shadows as well as the light so we can be truly present and embrace the fullness of being human. Read More 

  • Kaylee Friedman
  • November 20, 2021
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Calm

How to Practice Gratitude 

Practicing gratitude has incredible effects, from improving our mental health to boosting our relationships with others. Explore ways you can be more appreciative in our mindful guide to gratitude. Read More 

  • Mindful Staff
  • November 16, 2021
Gentle Men: The Healing Power of Vulnerability—Three men sit outdoors and look at each other smiling.
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Gentle Men: The Healing Power of Vulnerability 

The old-fashioned view of what it means to “be a man” is limiting and even harmful. With mindfulness, men can show up as their full selves—for themselves, their relationships, and their communities. Read More 

  • Chris Peraro
  • November 14, 2021