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Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention

Mindfulness helps in understanding the cues and triggers of the individual and helps in disruption the automatic reward pathways of the addict. This helps in relapse prevention. 158 more words

agreement

POSTCARD#100: Chiang Mai: The day before yesterday I got my computer back from the repair shop… the stress of these last three months with it crashing all the time and no reliable way of getting it fixed because I’m travelling all the time and things being as they are in these Asian locations, making do, and looking out for an opportunity all the time, but meanwhile having to use the WordPress app for iPhone – really too small and going cross-eyed. 783 more words

Mindfulness

Desperation saved my butt!... ...... ..... .. I Embrace it daily now,


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In a recent response, a viewer gave credit, reluctantly to being desperate for her happiness, calm, and some piece of mind. 99 more words

Assorted

The human condition

A perfect analogy of the human condition; the lotus flower blooming in mud.
As I practice mindfulness, meditation and radical acceptance this picture unfolds of beauty from ashes. 434 more words

Today I Pray ...

My man and I were talking this morning, about my blog posts online and how, if you wanted to, you could go to my blog and read all 400 of my last entries but that no one does that.  350 more words

Motivational

Lessons from Myanmar (or "Mosquito Net Meltdown")

I hate mosquito nets. I really do. I understand why we need them. Yet, I hate them all the same and it would be Myanmar that would not only teach me this, but also push every single mosquito net button that I was quickly realizing I had. 619 more words

Abroad

Mindfulness of Anger

This book below is my current read, I highly recommend it.

“Anger is an unpleasant feeling. It is like a blazing flame that burns up our self-control and causes us to say and do things that we regret later. 123 more words

Daily Quote