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Laura C. Meyer M.S.
Find out for yourself if the connection to your inner life is worth giving more time and attention to.
The empty space of boredom is a gift, and if we can start to see it this way, our lives have the potential to dramatically change.
For many of us, we don’t consider ourselves victims (and we’re not), and we would never say we had a bad childhood—however, we can’t seem to move forward.
Do we even know what race we are running anymore? Who's running what race? And what are we running toward?
Increasing self-worth by understanding the definition of worth.
We can learn to focus attention on the immediate experience of how we govern ourselves, and how we preside over our personal environment and resources.
If you want a good challenge, ask, "What’s the quality of my self-respect?"
Laura C. Meyer, M.S., is a therapeutic mindfulness practitioner. As a former traditional clinical therapist, she currently specializes in mindfulness and minimalism for mental and behavioral health.