Mindfulness-Based Self-Compassion

 

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Empowered Patients Make Things Happen

Empowered Patients Make Things Happen

The hundreds of studies I reviewed and explain in my book all point to certain specific behaviors and activities that consistently correlate with wellbeing and better health outcomes. The first is autonomy, which refers to courageously taking action to make things happen. Empowered patients have an internal locus of control; in other words, their motivation […]

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Video: Authenticity and Self-Expression

Video: Authenticity and Self-Expression

People who are open, emotionally vulnerable and available, are healthier both mentally and physically. Through mindfulness, we can, and I recommend setting a clear intention everyday to be as open and vulnerable with everyone we meet. This practice dramatically reduces emotional distress along with it’s concomitant physiological stress. This leads to a life of mastery […]

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