Throughout the course of 2012 in Mindfulness and Psychotherapy, we have interacted around topics on mindfulness, neuroscience, stress and media, Facebook, the Negativity Bias, addiction, technology, resiliency, parenting and so much more.

Thank you for all your wonderful interactions, here’s a chance to give back to you.

Here are the Top 10 Mindfulness and Psychotherapy Posts in recent months. Feel free to bookmark and come back to again and again:

  1. A Simple Way to Trick Your Brain Toward Mindfulness
  2. Media Multitasking Leads to Poorer Cognitive Performance: A Mindful Response
  3. Is Facebook Making Us Lonelier: The Great Mindful Experiment
  4. 5 Steps to Balance the Brain’s Negativity Bias
  5. Why Habits Are So Hard to Break: Dr. Nora Volkow Has the Answer
  6. Are We Addicted to Our Phones? A Mindful Check-in
  7. Rumi’s Secret to Making the Changes You Want
  8. A Secret to Resiliency in Mental Health
  9. Mindful Parenting: The Buck Stops Here
  10. One of the Most Important Challenges of Our Time
A final gift: don’t miss this July 18th, 2012 the Free Webinar: 7 Steps to the Stress-Less Brain. 

As always, please share your thoughts, stories and questions below. Your interaction creates a living wisdom for us all to benefit from.

 


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    Last reviewed: 10 Jul 2012

APA Reference
Goldstein, E. (2012). The Top 10 Mindfulness and Psychotherapy Blog Posts. Psych Central. Retrieved on October 1, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/mindfulness/2012/07/the-top-10-mindfulness-and-psychotherapy-blog-posts/

 

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