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Mind & Spirit
It’s difficult to find lasting love, but by recognizing your attachment type you can be more conscious in your relationships and stop self-sabotaging.
Millions of people voted in an online poll in 2015 to have the face of Harriet Tubman on the US$20 bill. But many might not have known the story of her life as chronicled in a recent film, “Harriet.”
A team at Yale University has been working with people from the mediumship community in an effort to understand their experiences. The team would like to apply what they learn to help people who hear voices that are distressing, who might suffer from serious mental illnesses like schizophrenia or bipolar disorder.
When someone close to your family or your child dies, like a grandparent, parent, sibling or friend, there are ways that you can help children overcome grief and loss.
Caring for a loved one with a chronic illness can take a toll, and many caregivers put their own needs aside. Here are some signs that a caregiver may be stressed.
The Japanese have an art form called kintsugi which means “golden journey.” In this process they repair a valuable old broken piece of pottery with liquid gold, bringing the pieces together to make the item whole again. At the same time, rather than hiding the breaks it enhances them.
The beloved children’s television icon Fred Rogers – who is played by actor Tom Hanks in the upcoming film “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” – entered the world of children’s programming during an era of massive political and cultural upheaval.
It is well known from the scientific evidence that close family relationships reduce the risks of depression during adolescence, a life stage when depression often begins, especially for girls.
In today’s stressful world, mindfulness – a type of popular spirituality that strives to focus on the present moment – promises to soothe away the anxiety and stress of modern life.
Our emotional energy can be a source of power.
At a time when more accessible options are needed, the stakes couldn’t be higher.
As a practicing Sikh, I can affirm that the Sikh commitment to the tenets of their faith, including love, service and justice, keeps them resilient in the face of hate.
In our contemporary world, noise pollution has reached dangerous levels.
The Detroit Blk Gurls Do Tarot Facebook group empowers women in traditional spiritualities.