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Mindfulness

What Makes us Laugh (When We Feel Like Crying)? Cultivating Safeness with Compassion Focused Therapy

“Why are we drawn to tell jokes in dire circumstances? Why do we listen to a friend in need over a bottle or two only to end the night laughing about the very thing that brought us there to begin with? And why do these moments feel so good? What role does humour play in...
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4 Steps To Break The Anxiety Cycle

Anxious thoughts can sometimes lead us in circles, leaving us feeling tied up in knots. In this blog post, Dr. Maryann Joseph explains the anxiety cycle and brings us 4 practical steps we can use to break free.
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Getting Grounded and Showing Up for You

In this blog post, Dr. Lisa Linardatos shares her technique for "getting grounded" to simply get us to pause and notice, to check in with ourselves.
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Back To The Present! One Time-Travelling Hack To Be Here Now

In this post, Dr Maryann Joseph shares a complementary “top-down” approach for being in contact with the present moment. She suggests to start with whatever is precious to you in the big picture of your life to come into closer contact with little elements of the current moment that may otherwise be flying under the...
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A Shout Out To Simply Noticing

When we feel like something’s not working for us, that feeling could be letting us know we want change. Dr Danit Nitka explains how "simply noticing" what's in our way is often the first step to achieving that change.
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Blog Swap – Five Mindfulness Practices To Use Throughout Your Workday

Mindfulness at work! In this guest blog post, MindSpace’s corporate mindfulness program director Jill Graham shares 5 helpful mindfulness practices to integrate into your daily work routine.
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