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Unwind. Sit Back. Breathe.
We're a culture obsessed with relaxation. What's the key to unwinding? And is escaping stress as critical as we think?
The Perfect Amount of Stress
By Thea Singer
Stress is a killer and a life force.
Meditation: Getting Started
By Katherine Ellison
How to relax the Buddhist way.
Extending Your Vacation Zen
By Karla Starr
How do you hold onto the ambiance once you're back from paradise?
Why Your Brain Needs a Break
By Hara Estroff Marano
Can't remember your last vacation? You're not alone.
Meditation on the Move
By Robert Puff Ph.D.
Where ever you can walk, you can meditate.
The Science of Meditation
By Cary Barbor
Squashing anxiety in a tranquil state.
Mind Over Matter, Indeed
By Mark Borigini M.D.
A large bowl of macaroni and cheese just bubbled to consciousness.
The Power of Being
By Amy Przeworski Ph.D.
Experience the joy of being in the present moment
Why Do We Sigh?
By Jordan Gaines Lewis
Does sighing help us physically? Mentally? Is it a form of communication?
Breathing: The Little Known Secret to Peace of Mind
By Emma M. Seppälä Ph.D.
We take our breath for granted, but learning to breathe can change our life.
4 Tips for Slowing Down to Reduce Stress
By Toni Bernhard J.D.
From cutting back on multitasking to doing things in slow motion: slow down!
Time to Cover Your Clocks
By Susan K Perry Ph.D.
Find more time by forgetting time.
Benefits of Mindfulness
By Lisa Firestone Ph.D.
As therapists, cultivating mindfulness is perhaps the greatest gift we can offer
Just Breathe: The Experiences of a Reluctant Meditator
By Barbara Markway Ph.D.
What happens when a psychologist tries the 28-day meditation challenge?
By Robert Evans Wilson Jr.
The trick is to take your mind off the prize
Why We Can't Just Get Rid of Anxiety and Distress
By Melanie Greenberg Ph.D.
Negative emotions are hard-wired into our brains to be managed, not eliminated
To Be Happy You May Need to be Stressed
By Susan Heitler Ph.D.
I learned from a Sufi mystic that too little stress is surprisingly unpleasant.
9 Signs Your Child Has Entitlement Issues
4 Signs That Someone Is Insecure
Why I Am No Longer a Sex-Addiction Therapist
How Quickly Should You Say 'I Love You'?
Therapists Confirm Trump's Narcissistic Personality Disorder