Tag Archives: Mindfulness-based Relapse Prevention

  • Thursday, October 19th, 2017

    The Truth About Goals

    #goals Everyone knows that the best way you can accomplish something is by setting a goal to get there. Your parents, your childhood teachers, your boss, even your trainer...
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  • Wednesday, September 20th, 2017

    The Peace That Comes With Vacations

    Peace and contentment come from peaceful places…don’t they? I’m lucky enough to be sitting in a beautiful cabin on the top of a mountain this weekend. Far above the...
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  • Don’t Have Time to Meditate?
    Thursday, August 17th, 2017

    Don’t Have Time to Meditate?

    Here’s why you should anyway!  We all hear wise gurus detail the benefits of sitting in silence, of meditation. We hear our pastors preach that we should spend time...
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  • The Truth About Reality
    Wednesday, August 16th, 2017

    The Truth About Reality

    Sunday was a perfect beach day. The sky was clear and blue, the gentle breeze kept the sun from being overbearing, and the Gulf waters had perfect ribbons of...
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  • Giving Good Advice
    Thursday, August 3rd, 2017

    Giving Good Advice

    I have three kids, and the good advice seems to pour forth some days like a leaky faucet. Some days my children willingly acquiesce, but other days, there’s resistance....
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  • Understanding Urges Through Mindfulness
    Monday, July 3rd, 2017

    Understanding Urges Through Mindfulness

    The newest buzzword in addiction recovery is “mindfulness”. Addiction recovery specialists are finally noticing what people have known for centuries, that the practice of mindfulness is helpful to everyone,...
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