The Secret to Self-Awareness in Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Contributed by Jeremy Schwartz, LCSW, Dialectical Behavior Therapy Topic Expert Contributor
Interpersonal Mindfulness with Teens
Interpersonal exchanges can trigger strong emotions. Just as the skills we learn through personal mindfulness practice can help us cope with things that trigger us in...
5 Ways to Manage Perfectionism
By Jen Stiff
Trying to be perfect all the time can be exhausting. Feeling like you’re never measuring up can wear you down in ways you...
Always Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop?
Here’s How to Quit Worrying
There isn’t always something negative on the horizon.
The Key to Raising Resilient Children
Allen Taylor/Unsplash Teaching children how to bounce back from adversity starts with modeling our...
How to survive chronic pain, one moment at a time
By Deborah Barrett Ph.D., LCSW
Strategies from dialectical behavioral therapy that help with chronic pains.
Once we accept the reality of the current moment (however unpleasant it may be)...
The Gap Between Knowing And Doing
By Debbie Hampton
Although the difference between the two words is just a few letters, the gap between knowing and doing can be as wide as...
How to Be Present and Peaceful When You Can’t Stop Thinking
By Blon Lee
“Rather than being your thoughts and emotions, be the awareness behind them.” ~Eckhart Tolle
When I first...
Social Media Dharma
Rather than viewing Facebook as a meaningless distraction, why not observe how we get caught up in and controlled by our mental and physical sensations online?
By Chris Towery...
Learn the benefits of breathing through your inbox.
BY Wendy Joan Biddlecombe Agsar
You’re used to watching your breath on the cushion, but what about when...