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Who Has Time to Meditate? You Do!

As a psychologist, I have been drawn towards Eastern philosophies of thinking and meditative techniques associated with present moment living. I am often asked what is the single most effective way to manage worry and anxiety. My experience is to stay in the present. Read More

Thank You!

For years I have been failing to find time to meditate "properly." I have been sort of moving in the direction you suggest without really knowing what I'm doing or really having an incentive to do things this "half baked" way. This post provides the impetus I need to "stay in the present" whenever possible.

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Dan Peters, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist who specializes in the assessment and treatment of children, adolescents, and families, particularly those who are gifted and twice-exceptional.


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