Emphasizing Impact: How stats in percentages may not cut it!
February 7th, 2015
Especially now, it can be a great antidote to the invisible side-effects of the pandemic and social isolation. twitter.com/Inner_Explorer…
We need to start paying close attention to the invisible side-effects of the pandemic and social isolation sooner than later. usnews.com/news/best-stat…
Mindfulness programs grow in public schools to address 'storm of stresses' post-gazette.com/news/education… via @PittsburghPG
School mindfulness programs try to calm ‘storm of stresses’ inquirer.com/wires/ap/schoo… via @phillyinquirer
May I be safe May I be peaceful May I be kind and compassionate to myself May I accept myself as I am.
Research suggests that at-risk adolescent boys are capable of far more nuanced and skilled emotional performances than they are often given credit for. Mindfulness activities may offer opportunities for them to develop more positive mindsets.
Word choice determines thought choice - the words we use matter.
Find peace in every step today.
scientificamerican.com/article/you-ca… Can Get through This Dark Pandemic Winter Using Tips from Disaster Psychology via @sciam
Now is the moment for mindfulness in schools 💗: mailchi.mp/mindfulschools…
Make the invisible visible through work on the inside.
"Fire in the heart sends smoke into the head."
The pathway to change the world starts from within.
When our children see us self-regulating, they are more likely to be able to self-regulate themselves.
Acts such as these keeps hope alive. Be well! twitter.com/kpendyala/stat…
Simply amazing!!! Words cannot describe my gratitude. This is a story that captures the goodness of people. https://t.co/vnPeftCR5E— Krishna Pendyala (@kpendyala) July 9, 2020
Happy July 4th to all. Have a great day! anewamerica.us/?p=1