Being in constant fight-or-flight mode makes us more anxiety-prone, and getting out of that mindset requires relinquishing our need for control. If there’s anything that’s certain in life, it’s that things
Practicing Mindfulness Every Day Can Train Your Brain to Dissolve Fear, According to New Harvard Research
Harvard researchers show that memory holds fear and anxiety in place. Here's how to use mindfulness to make these memories go 'extinct.' Think about the last time you felt anxious or afraid. It might been
After her mother’s sudden death, Catherine Kelly felt the call of the sea. She was in her 20s and had been working as a geographer in London away from her native Ireland. She spent a year in Dublin with
Born in Chicago, Mandy Patinkin, 66, made his Tony award-winning Broadway debut in Evita in 1980. His films include Yentl, The Princess Bride and Wonder. On television he has played CIA agent Saul Berenson
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It turns out I’m a Reluctant Sprinter but more on that in a moment. We all have stress, both good and bad. I know I do. The reality is the average person experiences over 50 acute stress responses a day.
Great leaders in business know the importance of competitive benefits, growth opportunities and a culture that supports a work-life balance for its team members. But here’s one offering many may not have
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When the drama builds our brain takes a detour. Redirect. We all face high-pressure situations; a big presentation or meeting, a huge sales call, an important performance or big game, a key investor pitch.