3 Everyday Tasks To Apply Mindfulness To

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Learn how to improve your focus and attention no matter what you’re doing, and how to apply mindfulness to your everyday activities.

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3 Types of Exaggerated Thinking That Create Unnecessary Drama

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Watch out for these 3 types of exaggerations that can create a lot of unnecessary drama and stress in your life.

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The 4 Fundamental Pillars of Emotional Intelligence

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A complete summary of everything you need to know about emotional intelligence and how to apply it to your life.

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50 Stress Relievers That Take 5 Minutes or Less

Check out these 50 simple and effective activities you can do to help relieve stress throughout your day.

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The Complete Guide to Daily Stress

If you want to master the stress in your life, know when it’s time to embrace stressful and challenging activities, and know when it’s time to take a step back and just relax for a little bit.


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Here are examples of the “rituals” people did in the study:Failed Relationship:1. I returned alone to the location of the breakup each month on the anniversary of the breakup to help cope with my loss and think things over.2. I wrote a letter expressing my feelings and I never mailed it. I destroyed the letter and let my painful feelings go.3. When we were together, I had special playlists of happy, romantic music that I/we would listen to over and over again. After the breakup, I avoided all the places that reminded me of him and stopping listening to any songs I had associated with him or a particular memory of something we had done.4. I looked for all the pictures we took together during the time we dated. I then destroyed them into small pieces (even the ones I really liked!), and then burnt them in the park where we first kissed.Death Of A Loved One:1. I used to play the song by Natalie Cole, “I miss you like crazy” and cry every time I heard it and thought of my mom.2. I washed his car every week as he used to do.3. The ritual involved sitting shiva for a week, being in what I term “major solshim” for thirty days, and being in a mourning for a year. One the anniversary of her death (7 Adar-Hebrew calendar), I say Mourners Kaddish and El Malei Rachamim (Memorial Prayer) and light a yarzheit candle. That date was a week ago. She died 21 years ago. I will do this until I die.4. I hadn’t gone back to her house in fifteen years. And in these fifteen years, I have been going to hairdressers to cut my hair every first Saturday of the month as we used to do together.

Here are examples of the “rituals” people did in the study:

Failed Relationship:

1. I returned alone to the location of the breakup each month on the anniversary of the breakup to help cope with my loss and think things over.

2. I wrote a letter expressing my feelings and I never mailed it. I destroyed the letter and let my painful feelings go.

3. When we were together, I had special playlists of happy, romantic music that I/we would listen to over and over again. After the breakup, I avoided all the places that reminded me of him and stopping listening to any songs I had associated with him or a particular memory of something we had done.

4. I looked for all the pictures we took together during the time we dated. I then destroyed them into small pieces (even the ones I really liked!), and then burnt them in the park where we first kissed.


Death Of A Loved One:

1. I used to play the song by Natalie Cole, “I miss you like crazy” and cry every time I heard it and thought of my mom.

2. I washed his car every week as he used to do.

3. The ritual involved sitting shiva for a week, being in what I term “major solshim” for thirty days, and being in a mourning for a year. One the anniversary of her death (7 Adar-Hebrew calendar), I say Mourners Kaddish and El Malei Rachamim (Memorial Prayer) and light a yarzheit candle. That date was a week ago. She died 21 years ago. I will do this until I die.

4. I hadn’t gone back to her house in fifteen years. And in these fifteen years, I have been going to hairdressers to cut my hair every first Saturday of the month as we used to do together.


5 Scientific Reasons You Should Believe in Free Will

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New research shows that a belief in free will is associated with many psychological benefits.

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