Tag: mindfulness

Are you contagious?

Emotions are contagious. When people come into contact with you, do they go away better …or worse?

Beliefs we need to ditch | Reblog

Understanding the beliefs that create the framework of decision-making criteria can radically change our lives ~ for the better.

Mindfulness for Children

Mindfulness for Children Yes, yes, yesyesyes!!!!! 80% of the referrals the Soor Center receives from schools are for “attention/focus issues.” Kuwait falls into the global norm meaning (5-7%) of those children actually meet the criteria (and there ARE criteria!) for a diagnosis of some… Continue Reading “Mindfulness for Children”

Getting it Right

I am a fan of Daniel Goleman. I read his “Emotional Intelligence” when it first came out, wading through “reptilian brains” and “evolutionary development” to get to the good stuff. It was worth it. A whole entire industry was spawned. Not because emotional intelligence… Continue Reading “Getting it Right”

Stop ‘shoulding’ all over yourself | Reblog

How ‘Should’ Messages Set the Stage for Anxiety. A few months ago, I did a blog entry talked about how shoulds are tyrannical and distressful. There really just isn’t any way to over emphasize how our families, our culture, our society, our humanity causes… Continue Reading “Stop ‘shoulding’ all over yourself | Reblog”