Self-compassion: How to be your own best friend

When someone we care for is feeling down, we’d like to think we would be first in line to help pick them back up. But are we doing that for ourselves...
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Bullying: How to help your child

With social media platforms growing in popularity, instances of bullying only seem to be increasing, leaving parents feeling concerned and helpless....
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Bringing mindfulness into your home

There is a bird bath that sits in front of the home of Dave Johnson, PhD, RN, LMFT, employee assistance specialist. It represents the elements – air,...
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How to find your purpose

In researching people over the age of 100 for his book “The Blue Zones,” author Dan Buettner made an interesting discovery. Long-lived cultures from...
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Resistance

Enjoy this monthly post written by Patrick Riecke, director, Chaplaincy and Volunteer Services. I confess that I have unrealistic expectations most of...
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The timeline for true change

Scroll through social media or pick up a magazine at the checkout and you’ll likely see a guarantee for transformation. “30 days to a slimmer you!”...
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A look at minority mental health

In 2014, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) reported that significant behavioral health disparities continue to...
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A Healing Arts project in the news

Back in April, the Parkview Healing Arts program was featured in a piece Geoff Edgers did for The Washington Post called “Where do your NEA dollars...
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6 yoga poses that promise to reduce stress

As we strive to reduce the physical and mental challenges of a stressful schedule, it is highly beneficial to adopt a calming fitness routine. Michele...
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9 ways to boost brainpower

Your brain is your central operating system. It controls your reasoning, planning, communication, speech, decision-making, problem-solving, movement,...
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