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  1. The Power of Positive Affirmations

    The Power of Positive Affirmations

    Hello all,

    It feels so good to connect with you all once again. I’ve been wondering: how is your self-talk these days?

    I’m asking because as you probably already know, we engage in self-talk countless times a day, usually with little to no awareness that we’re doing this. Our self-talk creates an endless stream of affirmations that can either help or hinder us.

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  2. 8 Tips From an Introvert on How to Stay Home

    8 Tips From an Introvert on How to Stay Home

    We found this article in Spirituality and Health by self-confessed introvert, S. Rufus, to be really smart, fun, well written, insightful and resonant, reflecting thoughts we’ve had, too.  And because we couldn’t figure out how to improve upon it, we’re just sharing it with you here. 

    So, what are you – introvert or extrovert? And how do these pointers strike you?  


    For loners, recluses, and other solitary types such as myself, sheltering-in-place feels natural and normal.

    However scary other aspects of this pandemic might be, for us, this aspect isn't.

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  3. Already Blown Your New Year's Resolutions? Here's 7 Tips From Traci Stein to Get You Back on Track

    Already Blown Your New Year's Resolutions?  Here's 7 Tips From Traci Stein to Get You Back on Track

    It’s that time of the year, when by some estimates, more than three-quarters of us have given up on our New Year’s Resolutions. Some of the most common changes we aim to make are to quit smoking, eat better and exercise more. Other goals may involve starting (or completing) an important personal project, making more of an effort to get together with friends, and perhaps vowing to set healthier limits with people who take more from us than they give.

    We set these goals for ourselves because we believe that they will make us better in some way – happier, healthier, more productive, and so forth. And yet, most of us quickly get discouraged and slip back into familiar patterns that feel easier in the short term but prevent us from getting to where we really want to go.

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  4. Keys to Success for Extinguishing Phobias: What Works on Fear of Flying, Spiders, Germs…

    Keys to Success for Extinguishing Phobias: What Works on Fear of Flying, Spiders, Germs…

    Here’s an inspiring and heartening story for you. We got this email from a woman who’d been suffering from a fear of flying that restricted her life and severely limited her options. She describes how a little therapy, some guided imagery and a couple of audios opened up her world again. Here she is:

    Dear Health Journeys and BR,

    I had to write and tell you this!!!!! I have been afraid of flying for many years, ever since I was a young teenager and we ran into some turbulence on a family plane trip to Mexico. Over the years, it has gotten worse rather than better. The fear became more and more pronounced.

    At work I was passed over for promotions in the past few years, because of my inability to travel. My social life and vacation choices were also limited. My fear was an embarrassment and I could not readily explain it. I believe it made me more shy around people and closed me off from sharing myself with others, for fear that the topic would come up.

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  5. What You Don’t Know About Traci Stein PhD, the Voice We All Love

    What You Don’t Know About Traci Stein PhD, the Voice We All Love

    I first met Traci Stein in the late nineties when she was Mehmet Oz’s point person for mind-body research & evaluation at Columbia Presbyterian.

    In those pre-TV show days, Mehmet was trying out various techniques like guided imagery, when not inventing valves out of esoteric pig parts or doing CABG surgeries on beloved NY luminaries like Joe Torre, manager of the Yankees.

    Traci was amazing to work with from the very start – smart, diligent, accommodating, responsible, considerate, and insanely productive.

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  6. 10 Tips for Self-Care on the Fly

    10 Tips for Self-Care on the Fly

     

    When experts talk about the importance of self-care, my inner brat is rolling her eyes and thinking of sarcastic rejoinders… not that I have anything against self-care.

    It’s because I’m thinking And when, exactly, am I supposed to be doing all this TLC on my busy, harried self? And I’m no different than most, especially when September rolls around and there's so much to do.

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  7. What Would You Recommend for Self-Compassion and Self-Healing?

    What Would You Recommend for Self-Compassion and Self-Healing?

    Dear BR,

    I am interested in self-compassion and self-healing. What titles do you recommend?

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  8. 7 Tips for Taking Better Care of Yourself by Traci Stein

    7 Tips for Taking Better Care of Yourself by Traci Stein

    Dr. Traci Stein has been creating exceptional audios for Health Journeys for 8 years now, and for good reason - she is a mindfulness maven and master of behavioral change.  This week on the blog, she shares some of her favorite tips for taking better care of yourself this time of year. 

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  9. If I Am Worrying About Losing My Job, Can I Make It Happen?

    If I Am Worrying About Losing My Job, Can I Make It Happen?

     

    A woman worried about losing her job as a result of her company’s getting acquired, says she’s also worried that her worrying “could manifest the very events I’m worried about”, and asks for resources……

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  10. Letting Go of Unhealthy Relationships

    Letting Go of Unhealthy Relationships

    Traci Stein offers a new way of taking stock of relationships, knowing when it's time to make changes or walk away altogether, and making those changes from a place of self-confidence, self-compassion and peace...Read on:

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