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Navigating transitions with mindfulness and resilience
Ilene Berns-Zare PsyD
Do you have nagging thoughts that you’re not good enough? You’re not alone. Self-compassion can quiet the inner critic, opening the door to greater well-being.
Have you been wrestling with life’s problems? Here’s one powerful strategy to deal with them.
Six approaches to try when life throws you a curve ball.
Four strategies to deal with anxious feelings about life’s daily challenges.
Why do we want to be mindful? Today’s research sheds light on the benefits of mindfulness for well-being, health, learning, and dealing more effectively with life's stresses.
Relationships — even momentary positive moments of connection — are vital for emotional health and well-being. Here are 5 ways to create positive emotions through connection.
If you’re feeling stressed out, your dog may be affected too. New research reveals the stress levels of humans may impact the stress levels of their dogs.
A sense of purpose in life is associated with a lower risk of death, according to a recent study.
Rev up your ability to reach your personal goals. Propel yourself forward to overcome negative habits using the six stages of change.
Capitalize on your strengths to lead more effectively and experience greater well-being.
Here are four actions to transform overwhelm into greater well-being and happiness.
These 5 simple strategies can help you bring the strengths of hope and kindness to our floundering world.
We all know relationships matter. How can we strengthen the ways we communicate to inspire more positive outcomes?
Which of life’s lessons can kindergartners teach us?
Giving kids and teens the gift of mindfulness is like planting seeds in a garden. Here are 5 simple mindfulness strategies to help kids grow their well-being.
What are procrastination and delay costing you? You don’t have to like doing it—just get started.
Want to create more meaning and well-being in your life? Here are some actions that can make a positive difference.
Looking for ways to positively impact children you live or work with? Recognizing strengths can make a big difference.
Ilene Berns-Zare, PsyD, is a life and leadership coach, psychologist, and educator. She writes about navigating personal and professional life with resilience, meaning, mindfulness, and well-being.