What happens when you make meditation a real habit.
«Being able to sit with your feelings, being able to regulate them in adaptive ways, are really cornerstone skills of being happy in life,»
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There may be fewer new iOS features this year, though.
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«Mindfulness helps you monitor and refocus your attention away from distractions through non-judgmental acceptance of your moment-to-moment experience»
How social inequities feed into the under-diagnosis of ADHD.
Forget literally everything you thought you knew about ADHD.
It can be a double-edged sword when ADHD is all over your feeds.
An expert who's studied the art and science of focusing shares her go-to strategies.
«47 seconds as the average 21st-century attention span on a screen»
Is artificial intelligence an academic tool for good or evil?
How to break your Google Chrome habit.
Google took out some print ads. Firefox isn't feeling it.
Podcasts can be great teachers.
The basic advice in hundreds of bestsellers is older than you think.
It's not simple. But it's part of being human.
«Approval-seeking is usually a childhood-created coping strategy. Did you feel a need to get love from your parents and create ways to gain their approval? Did you struggle to make friends at school, and subsequently develop a fear of being rejected?" she said. "By identifying where the approval-seeking started, you can identify the types of situations that trigger your need for approval in your current life."»
Social anxiety is in a love-hate relationship with online dating.
A brief history of self-care, and the OG (Original Guru), Socrates.
Self-care alone can't heal communities.
The spelling and grammar rules do not apply on the Millennial Internet™.
Racial preferences on dating apps "reflect the shameful roots of racism in the United States.”
They were forced to evolve.
Always remember to check your facts.
While America made the network that would become the internet, programmers in Chile were building a vision of their own.
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