As important as our social connections are to our wellness, research shows that our inner connection affects our overall wellbeing, too. Having a spiritual life is one of the 7 Dimensions of Wellness. Living with meaning and purpose, guided by our personal values, provides us with a framework to navigate the inevitable challenges of life with peace and inner strength.
All Mindfulness Stories
Diane Corso developed an eating disorder as a adult. It didn’t go away with motherhood or aging. She struggled with anorexia for decades and hopes her story can encourage others who struggle, too.
Matt Paxton is a downsizing and cleaning expert, author, and host of TV’s Hoarders and Legacy List with Matt Paxton. He explains how you can downsize and why less is best.
Doro Bush Koch and Tricia Reilly Koch When someone tells us they’re feeling stuck, our go-to response is to ask…
Learn how to have a Growing Bolder Thanksgiving by asking questions that promote deeper connection and avoid divisiveness.
Gratitude is a choice. It’s a muscle that needs strengthening through regular practice. There are many ways to do this, from journaling to prayer to making lists or more active practices like giving time to help others. Different approaches will feel right to different people at different points in our lives. Doro Bush Koch & Tricia Reilly Koch share strategies.
Doro Bush Koch and Tricia Reilly Koch There was a time when we wanted to push against expectations from a…
One of life’s greatest blessings as we grow older is the gift of time. For many, this means more opportunities…
Studies show that a sense of purpose is crucial to one’s happiness and sense of well-being. Doro Bush Koch and Tricia Reilly Koch share tips on finding your purpose.
Barry Kerzin is a physician and an ordained Buddhist monk. He says the pressure in our society to choose between science and spirituality is dangerous and divisive. He believes that they can not only coexist but that they must for our own physical and mental wellbeing.
Carl Honoré’s new book In Praise of Slow, explores the idea of doing things not as fast as possible, but as well as possible.
Dr. Vonda Wright, MD. shares strategies for building heartiness in response to stressful situations.