Beat Boredom!

Is it true that only boring people get bored? The feeling of boredom is truly personal: Some meditate enthusiastically for hours while others can't stand thirty seconds of sitting still; some are riveted at the opera while others' eyes glaze over. Pinpoint what bores you and see if you learn something new about yourself.

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For the young adolescent, boredom can be a dangerous emotion.

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By Judy Willis M.D., M.Ed.

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