More Than a Feeling Post author:Personal Zen Post category:Health Resources / The Science of Stress and Anxiety Post comments:0 Comments How emotions shape our lives Screentime Why Diane Sawyer got it right about technology and our kids in her ABC Special Report. Prepared to Care: The Case for Kindness and Self-Kindness The roots of children’s kindness start early—and withers without self-kindness. Moving Beyond the Myth of Teen Anxiety Taking issue with a psychiatrist’s essay debunking claims that technology should be discounted when considering the epidemic of teen anxiety. Teen Suicide Why we as parents and health professionals need to face teen suicide head on. Parents, Put Down Your Smart Phones Digital disruption? Study shows that using mobile devices in front of children may have negative social-emotional consequences Never Mind Lean In: Here’s Precisionism More than ever in the era of #MeToo, why women shouldn’t play by men’s rules. Desperately Seeking Human The inadequacy of digital connection has left us yearning for the felt presence of other people. Why this is a step in the right direction… Can’t Fight This Feeling: Technology and Teen Anxiety Thoughts on how to reduce the impact of digital technology on teen anxiety. Kindness is a Risky Business Kindness is the last thing many of us want to try in these ideologically-divided times – but rethinking what kindness is and how to leverage it can reveal new solutions. The Politics of Disgust In politically divided times, how do moral disgust and outrage serve us—and how can they get in the way of finding solutions? As featured on PsychologyToday by Tracy Dennis-Tiwary You Might Also Like Finding My Personal Zen April 8, 2020 The Pursed Lip Breathing Technique December 10, 2020 Calming the Politics of Fear: Technology and the Anxious Brain July 21, 2016 Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to comment Enter your email address to comment Enter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.