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How Not to Talk About Your Problems

Here is a great article that looks at looking at problems in different light. Read More (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/karen-salmansohn/talking-about-problems-_b_887569.html)

Mindfulness and Keeping it Real in Relationships

July 29th, 2011 / Couples/ Relationship Tips / No Comments

Look at this feedback look: Venting keeps your nervous system primed for more angry responses, and you’re more likely to keep venting. Other people react “badly”, and then you can vent at/on them. This article discusses how to make more mindful choices. Read More

Why Feeling Grief is Good for Us

Ronald Pies, M.D. said “Having problems means being alive” and even though we may struggle in this life, being alive is something to be grateful for. The article discusses mindful grieving which allows people to feel, without judgment. The articles also gives 7 tips to help during this time: Read More (http://blogs.psychcentral.com/mindfulness/2011/07/why-feeling-grief-is-good-for-us/)

Mindful Minutes: A Simple, Effective Way to Manage Stress at Work (or Anywhere)

How do you manage stress? There are so many different techniques and therapists among others are constantly searching for these. This article looks at positive psychology tactics and discusses the idea of mindful minutes. Here are some quick pointers: Strength of Body and Mind Improved Creativity and Enthusiasm More Rational Decision-making How to Use Mindful […]

9 “Harmless” Habits that Fuel Your Anxiety

This guest blog entry is by Ryan Rivera, the founder Calm Clinic. Please note that the opinions presented in the article are that of the author and not necessarily the opinions of RHN. RHN chooses to publish articles and share individual sites to evoke discussion and show all options, ideas and beliefs. Sweaty palms, tightness […]

Not everyone has the wisdom of the Dalai Lama

The Dalai Lama is in Washington DC for a 10 day event and this article shares some of his ideas. Read More http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/on-faith/post/not-everyone-has-the-wisdom-of-the-dalai-lama/2011/07/06/gIQANFRX0H_blog.html

Befriending Anger with Meditation and Guided Imagery

Anybody can become angry — that is easy, but to be angry with the right person and to the right degree and at the right time and for the right purpose, and in the right way — that is not within everybody’s power and is not easy. –Aristotle The article targets anger and looking at […]

Keeping a Daily Schedule

It’s very important to create a schedule on your journey of recovery.  You may find one of your triggers to acting out sexually was unstructured time.  This is why it’s important to schedule your free time too. Many individuals like to use their phones and computers for their scheduling system or many don’t operate from […]

Drinking Hot Tea Meditation

July 14th, 2011 / Coping Skills/ Meditation / No Comments

You actually can make drinking hot tea a meditative experience.  I encourage you to practice this skill when you have a large bulk of time.  This skill is a practice of observing and staying in the moment.  Staying in the moment allows you to act from a place of patience and peace.  You will learn […]

Music Meditation

I hope you enjoy this audio description on Music Meditation.  We can meditate in many ways.  There are some folks who say they don’t know how to meditate or don’t have time.  This meditation will take you 2 – 5 minutes. I’d like you to get comfortable in a chair or lying on your bed. […]

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