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How Mindfulness Can Help You Become Emotionally Healthy

Emotional health doesn’t mean we’re always happy or that we don’t experience difficult feelings. Here’s how mindfulness can help us navigate those feelings.

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The Digital BFF: How Social Media Is Changing Friendships

Recently, a story about basketball star Charles Barkley’s unlikely friendship with a cat litter scientist in Iowa went viral. Barkley met the late Lin Wang in the bar of a Sacramento hotel where he was giving a speech. The two struck up a conversation that lasted for hours. Then, they had dinner together and talked … Continued

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4 Easy Ways to Live in the Now

Living in the now sounds simple, so why do we struggle with it? Here a few ways you can be present to fully enjoy what life has to offer.

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eMindful’s One Percent Challenge Raises More than 371,000 for Nonprofit Partners

Behavioral health and well-being industry leader eMindful has announced the results of its fourth annual One Percent Challenge initiative.

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May You Be Present

In the final week of May, we will explore the different ways in which we can be present, as well as explore 7 different opportunities to practice!

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How to Manage Major Life Transitions with Mindfulness

The truth of change is never more forceful than during life’s inevitable transitions. Whether they are welcome or not, transitions hurl us into an uncertain future often while we’re still longing for the security of the past. Here’s how to handle each wave of transition.

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May You Be Healthy

In the third week of May, we will look at our health from  a mindfulness perspective which includes both the body and mind. While nutrition and exercise are clearly important for good health, we also understand the importance of “mental and emotional health.”

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Want to be Healthier? Go Outside to Experience Instant Health Benefits of Nature

Spending time in nature offers a wealth of physical, mental and emotional benefits. Being outdoors boosts immunity. It reduces blood pressure and cortisol levels. Studies also show that spending time outdoors improves concentration and focus, social connection and even creativity.

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