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Top Benefits of Taking Music Lessons for Young Adults : By Stephanie Su

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The Tyranny of Relentless Positivity When we ignore difficult emotions, they end up controlling us. Here's how embracing emotional agility allows us to deal with the world as it is.

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International experts talk Indigenous mental health approaches at Toronto symposium : Rhiannon Johnson

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How Forests Heal People

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SHINRIN-YOKU (Japanese) - Walking through the forest and feeling restored. Literally 'forest bath'.

The Importance of Staring out the Window : The Book of Life

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Change Happens. How Adaptable Are You? Resilient leaders roll with the punches instead of doling them out: By Daniel Goleman

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Aphantasia: the condition of being blind in the mind UP TO one in 20 people are affected by a condition known as Aphantasia. You won’t know you have it until you read about it : By Gavin Fernando

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The Body Remembers By Courtney E. Martin

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A Journey to Self Discovery - Lessons of the Labyrinth By Kristin Keyes at Ted X

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Why Self-Regulation Is the Most Important Thing in the World : By Andrea L. Bell

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How Art Therapy Can Help Children Facing Mental And Emotional Challenges : By Priscilla Frank

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How to Bounce Back from an Angry Outburst It’s hard to recover when we lose our temper. But it is possible: By Margaret Cullen

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8 Ways To Support Someone Dealing With A Health Crisis Follow these dos and don’ts. By Locke Hughes I would like to add, the suggestions apply not only to physical health but also at times of mental health crisis.

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A Basic Meditation to Tame Your Inner Critic - An in-the-moment exercise for confronting the nagging voice in your head. By Mark Bertin

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How Boys Suffer: The Boy Code and Toxic Masculinity We need to help boys develop a full repertoire of social and emotional skill : BY Laura Kastner, PH.D.l

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In narrative therapy, Māori creation stories are being used to heal : By Michelle Duff

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Impact of trauma on four types of memory : By nicabm

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What Is Really Lost When You Compare Yourself To Others : By Sharon Salzberg

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Stress-related hormone cortisol lowers significantly after just 45 minutes of art creation : By Drexel University

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10 Mindfulness Practices from Powerful Women - In honor of International Women's Day we've gathered 10 mindfulness practices created by women to help you live a generous, compassionate, healthy life. By Mindful Staff

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4 Ways That Childhood Trauma Impacts Adults - When we bury our feelings, we bury who we are. By Andrea Brandt Ph.D. M.F.T.

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“Children need art and stories and poems and music as much as they need love and food and fresh air and play. “Wise words from Philip Pullman, who received the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award in 2005

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This Is Why It’s a Good Idea to Hang Art for People Living with Dementia : by – Jess Ng

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Noticing: Connecting with Our Kids in the Midst of Busy Lives - How to convey your genuine gratitude for the moments you share with your children : By Heather Grimes

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Alzhimer's & Dementia - 3 Ways to respond When Someone with Alzheimer’s Says I Want to Go Home : By DailyCaring Editorial Team

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Ignoring Your Emotions Is Bad for Your Health. Here's What to Do About It : By Hilary Jacobs Hendel

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