We have at least 50,000 thoughts a day. That’s 35 thoughts per minute—nearly one every other second!—and yet we act only on a select few. How do we decide which ones?Read More
A Q&A with therapist Karin Kassab on her favorite books to recommend to therapy clients.Read More
In our fast-paced lives waiting can be a source of frustration. We often try to distract ourselves while waiting or simply ruminate on why it is taking so long. By doing this we become less aware of our surroundings; we react negatively to the fact that things are not as we want them to be. While waiting may seem like a nuisance, it can be an opportunity for mindfulness.