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November 22, 2018

Depression 101: How the Mind Creates Suffering

The Buddha said many things on our minds and thinking, including “rule your mind or it will rule you” and “nothing can harm you as much as your own thoughts unguarded.” He taught that all suffering stems from the mind…
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November 24, 2018

Social Anxiety: How Buddhism Can Help You Cope

Social anxiety disorder, also known as “SAD”, is a common psychological diagnosis centered on a fear of negative evaluation by others. Social anxiety is not about shyness or introversion, or even a dislike of people of social situations; rather, social anxiety occurs…
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November 26, 2018

Self-Love: Having the Courage to Accept All of You

Let’s get real. Let’s own our human experience – not just the shiny, glittery parts of it, or the aspects that we (or others) deem to be “positive” or “good” or brag-worthy. Not just the flattering photos on Facebook or Instagram, the snapshots…
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November 28, 2018

Live Your One Wild and Precious Life

In her poem "The Summer Day", Mary Oliver asks the question: "Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" Wild and precious. That life is...and it's also messy and complicated and imperfect…
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December 1, 2018

Anxiety Tips and Treatment

Anxiety has become the most prevalent psychological disorder in the U.S., affecting about 40 million adults annually (about 20% of the population!). Whether you're struggling with Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), social anxiety, a specific phobia, or a different type of anxiety issue, the points…
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December 3, 2018

Mental Health & The Holidays: Tips From Buddhist Psychology

While the holiday season can be an extremely joyful time, many people report a rise in stress, anxiety and depression during the holiday season. The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) found that 64% of people surveyed endorsed having the “holiday blues” (defined as “temporary feelings of anxiety or depression during…
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