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The new school year is now underway. Students across North America are gearing up, getting excited and dealing with the general nervousness and anxiety that often accompanies new events and experiences. Unfortunately, more often than not, young people are left to...
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This Month's Feature Andrew Roach and Josephine Mhende at Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia. Background ANDY: One experience that stands out is our first time implementing the Mindfulness Ambassador Program with a group of young parents in a low income area in...
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Originally published in Mindfulness Without Border’s February 2018 Newsletter In honor of Valentine’s Day, we’re focusing this newsletter on building healthy relationships. Feeling connected and cared for requires a genuine willingness to truly accept each individual exactly as they are. It means being vulnerable and...
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Text from Mindfulness Without Border’s January 2018 Newsletter New year, new you! This year we’ve decided to focus our monthly newsletter on specific social/emotional skills and mindfulness practices that you can use to help you realize your short and long-term...
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It’s easy to notice the big things. A friend’s suffering, huge thunderstorms and/or music blasting from the party next door have no trouble making their mark. But when it comes to subtle bodily cues and inner emotional states of being...
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