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  1. Tips for Putting Out the Sparks of Employee Burnout

    Tips for Putting Out the Sparks of Employee Burnout

    You may have noticed that there’s a little something called the “Great Resignation” going on. A record number of people quit their jobs this year, and about 40% of the people who haven’t quit say they’re thinking about it.

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  2. Dr. Traci Stein on the Power of Gratitude

    Dr. Traci Stein on the Power of Gratitude

     

    As Thanksgiving approaches, it’s natural for me to reflect on 1.) the dishes I’m responsible for making this year, and, of course, 2.) what I’m thankful for.

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  3. Ask BR: What to Do for a Driving and Height Phobia

    Ask BR: What to Do for a Driving and Height Phobia

    Hello. My Hypnotherapist referred me to this site. I am planning a trip to Utah and I have an extreme fear of driving across bridges and through high mountain roads, and some of the elevations are around 13,000 ft.

    Is there a meditation that would help me with this? I leave December 18TH? Don't want to ruin my husband's holiday vacation!!!

    Tamara

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  4. 6 Ways for Teens to Protect Their Mental Health on Picture-Perfect Instagram

    6 Ways for Teens to Protect Their Mental Health on Picture-Perfect Instagram

    When you’re still trying to figure out who you are and what you value, looking at pictures of unreasonably pretty people living seemingly carefree lives is bound to make you feel insecure and inadequate. That was true back in my own teenage years, when my models for style and beauty were literally models (or actors) in magazines. And I’m not surprised to learn that it’s just as true for today’s teens looking at the carefully curated images of “influencers” on Instagram.

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  5. Oakland Clinic for Underserved Women With Cancer Adds Guided Imagery to Its Free Services

    Oakland Clinic for Underserved Women With Cancer Adds Guided Imagery to Its Free Services

    Going through cancer treatment is rough on everyone. It’s twice as hard if you don’t have support to cope with the physical and emotional side effects. And during a global pandemic? That’s just icing on a layer cake of stress.

    So, we’re delighted that the Charlotte Maxwell Clinic (CMC) in Oakland, Calif., adopted Health Journeys’ guided imagery at a tough time when it couldn’t offer services in person and when stress was at an all-time high. And we’re absolutely thrilled that they plan to keep using our audios now that they’ve reopened.

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  6. 3 New Spanish Meditations for Trauma, Weight Loss, & Cancer... And One of Them Is Just in Time for Carolina’s Mom

    3 New Spanish Meditations for Trauma, Weight Loss, & Cancer... And One of Them Is Just in Time for Carolina’s Mom

    As we continue focusing on keeping ourselves and our loved ones healthy and well, this seasonal change into fall seems to have come surprisingly fast. It is amazing how quickly time seems to pass by when we are so consumed in just making our day-to-day work. For me recently, a significant part of that fleeting time has been concentrated on supporting my mom with a new medical diagnosis… breast cancer.  

    The news came as a complete surprise to her and to us, her family. But even so, witnessing how she has managed every aspect of the cancer label has been inspiring: the series of chemotherapy treatments, and the myriad physical and mental changes that have come with the diagnosis... not because she has made it all look easy, but because she has faced them with deep reflection, authenticity, and humor. 

    Intent on helping herself deal with this big life change and optimize the efforts of her medical team, my mom, a nurse of 55+ years, asked me for tools that might support her with the cancer treatments and help her feel good inside.  

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  7. MD Anderson Tests 4 Different Mind-Body Therapies with Cancer Patients and Gets Impressive Results!

    MD Anderson Tests 4 Different Mind-Body Therapies with Cancer Patients and Gets Impressive Results!

    MD Anderson’s Department of Palliative, Rehabilitation and Integrative Medicine recently evaluated the impact of 4 different integrative, mind-body therapies on the symptom distress of cancer patients and their caregivers.

    They looked at guided meditation, yoga, massage therapy, & acupuncture.

    These were preliminary studies that got patient and caregiver feedback - not fancy randomized, controlled studies – but the data yielded meaningful results on standard measurement instruments, and with high population sizes.

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  8. Mom Asks for Tools to Help Reduce Anger & Impatience

    Mom Asks for Tools to Help Reduce Anger & Impatience

    Question:
     My name is Janie.  My 6-year-old daughter is currently being seen by clinical psychologist.  My daughter has been diagnosed with social anxiety and possible ADHD [attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder].  These things bring out some negative behaviors on a daily basis that can be very stressful for me to experience.  My therapist thought that some of your audio imagery might be very useful to me.

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  9. Ask BR: At What Week Should I Start Listening To Childbirth Imagery?

    Ask BR: At What Week Should I Start Listening To Childbirth Imagery?

    Question:
    I purchased your Healthy Pregnancy and Successful Childbirth MP3 set at the beginning of my pregnancy. I am now 31 weeks in and still do it whenever I find the time. The pregnancy set is very relaxing. Thank you. My question however is when do I begin to listen to the birthing set? Is this something I should begin in late pregnancy? Do I just listen to it when I go into labor? What are your suggestions? Thank you!

    Jena  ~First time mother expecting a little turkey on Thanksgiving Day!

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  10. Veteran-Friendly Guided Imagery Adopted in Scores of VA Hospitals!!!

    Veteran-Friendly Guided Imagery Adopted in Scores of VA Hospitals!!!

    I keep thinking the Nineties were just a few years ago, but no, it’s been almost 30 years since we first started providing guided imagery to VA facilities. And boy, have things changed since then.

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