Posts tagged myinnerglow
Dealing With Negative Thoughts After Messing Up

I’ve noticed that worries and frustrations are more productive when I use the surge of excitation to consider what I can learn from the situation and after reflecting, put my energy into forgiving myself and engaging with matters existing in the present moment.

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What My Kids Taught Me: Lessons I Learned As a Teacher

The fear of being considered boring or uninteresting can have a huge effect on how we connect with those around us. At a party, we want to be liked, we want to be accepted, and we think the only way that will happen is if we have something important, intelligent or witty to say.

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10 Ways to Defuse Negative Thoughts

There are many wonderful things about life, but it's also painful and difficult by its very nature. Through hundreds of millions of years of evolution, our ancestors developed survival strategies, which have been effective at keeping us alive and leading us to pass on our genes, but also cause us to feel nervous, hassled, driven, sad or inadequate under certain circumstances. 

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Sharing Mindfulness and Human Connection: Julio Rivera Interviews Kyle Somersall

I chatted with Julio Riveraabout leaving my job, creating spaces for people to connect with themselves and others, bringing a mental health focus into schools, and more.

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Making The World Happier One Gratitude Journal At A Time: An Interview With Teddy Droseros

Teddy and I met one evening in The Village (NYC) and chatted about his gratitude journal, his transition to being more intentional about his health, and his quest to add gratitude practices to school curriculums.

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