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How to Live Peacefully with Repetitive Negative Thoughts

Do you have repetitive negative thoughts? If so, the diagnosis is confirmed: You’re human. The Laboratory of Neuro-Imaging reports that the average person experiences 70,000 thoughts per day. As a psychotherapist, I can say with certainty that a large percentage of the 70,000 … Continue reading

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Why You Should Stop Asking Google What to Do With Your Life

At the last minute my afternoon meeting was cancelled. And so, unexpectedly, I was presented with a substantial chunk of unscheduled time, five hours of open, unfilled space with which I could do whatever I wanted. I immediately flipped open … Continue reading

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How to Become Less Addicted to Your Phone?

Phone addiction is real and it’s infiltrated our everyday existence. It’s hard to be anywhere in public without seeing a surprising number of individuals glued to their smartphones—crossing the street, in the checkout line while shopping, sitting down to dinner with loved … Continue reading

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This One Simple Step Will Help You Become Less Addicted to Your Phone

This One Simple Step Will Help You Become Less Addicted To Your Phone

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Spirituality and Health: Live Free with Nancy Colier

Rabbi Rami talks to author and psychotherapist Nancy Colier on her insightful view of our relationship with technology and practical ways we can live free within a high-tech landscape. Nancy is the author of The Power of Off: The Mindful Way … Continue reading

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