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Even though technology is supposed to make our lives easier, it can be overwhelming being constantly connected.
Fox and Friends – Nancy Colier on Opioid Addiction and Kids
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NEVER STOP LEARNING
With the constant innovations in technology, we are seeing ourselves less and less as a destination. Nancy Colier, psychotherapist and mindfulness expert, shares how our devices stifle the many benefits of alone time and personal development.
FOX and FRIENDS
***NOTE: I was incorrectly identified/titled by Fox as a “Democratic Strategist.” I am not a strategist and never have been.
RT (TV) The Big Picture
Nancy Colier on Suicide in America
SCHOOL SAFETY CRISIS: Kids, guns and social media
Spending too much time on your phone may be causing you to feel stress and anxiety, experts are warning. All of ths attention to technology, and the mind, and thoughts is coming at a great expense to the other aspects of what human beings need to feel well.
COVEY CLUB with Lesley Jane Seymour: Finding silence and peace in the noise and chaos of the holiday season. Nancy Colier and Lesley Jane Seymour sharing coffee and conversation. vimeo.com/247705768
Do you compulsively check your emails? Are you always plugged in? Let’s face it: Our society has an addiction to technology.
In this interview, Rose talks to Psychotherapist and Author, Nancy Colier, about her new book The Power of Off: The Mindful Way To Stay Sane In A Virtual World, her story of being addicted to technology and what inspired her to make a change.
Nancy explains how to have a healthy relationship with technology and how to go from addiction to living a balanced healthy life in today’s digital age. During their conversation, Rose and Nancy talked about everything from the impact technology has on our bodies and minds to how to create a more empowered relationship with technology.
Are you ready to start your digital detox? Pick up the Power of Off and stay connected to what is truly meaningful in life.
GOOD MORNING WASHINGTON (ABC7) — Our reliance on technology is rapidly changing how each of us experiences life. How we spend our time, what motivates us, even down to what we want. Psychotherapist, Interfaith Minister, and author of “Power of Off” Nancy Colier shar
ed how to make use of the virtual world while still feeling good, having healthy relationships, and staying connected with what is genuinely meaningful in life… Read more: click on picture.
FOX NEWS HEALTH TALK
Nov. 04, 2016 – 7:25 – We live in a world where everyday conversations have become urgent and we’re always available on demand. That’s mostly because we’ve become addicted to our cellphones. But the answer isn’t just to turn them off. Dr. Manny talks to Nancy Colier, author of “The Power of Off: The Mindful Way to Stay Sane in a Virtual World” about what we can do to manage our addiction.
Did you know that the average person checks their cell phone 150 times per day? YES! That is crazy!
We live in a world where everyday conversations have become urgent and we’re always available on demand. That’s mostly because we’ve become addicted to our cellphones. But the answer isn’t just to turn them off. I chat with Nancy Colier about her latest book, The Power Of Off about what we can do to gain back our peace and our sanity.