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A concise but potent self-help book of easy, accessible meditation and calming techniques for teens and young adults to use when they are stressed, upset, or need to become more centred and focused. In a very "cool," friendly, and accessible way, this small gem of a book introduces meditation, breathing practices, and visualizations to calm the mind, become more centered and focused, and be less emotionally reactive.
"This workbook is designed to help young women mange the stress and anxiety that is found in every-day life. In each chapter, Fonseca features a discussion of different types of stress and anxiety along with strategies for combating both stress and anxiety"
"A step-by-step, pocket-sized guide to achieving a more manageable life. Packed with exercises, practices, and reflective tools of Mindfulness, this little book combines simple everyday wisdom with practical, implementable ways to develop balance and harmony in all areas of life"
Historical reflection. "One of the most important thinkers ever to write in English, the Empiricist David Hume liberated philosophy from the superstitious constraints of religion; here, he argues that all are free to choose between life and death, considers the nature of personal taste and succinctly criticises common philosophies of the time."
Suzuki interweaves her personal story with groundbreaking research in the neurosciences, and offers practical, short exercises--4 minute Brain Hacks--to engage your mind and improve your memory, your ability to learn new skills, and function more efficiently.
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With the aim of increasing awareness of suicide as a social problem and reducing the incidence of suicide, volunteers from various walks of like will take turn to provide unconditionally free emotional support on the telephone. "Samaritans" is non-political and non-sectarian and the trained volunteers will not seek to impose their own convictions on anyone. Collaborated by a group of 40 expatriates and Thais, Samaritans of Thailand was established in 1978.
It’s a sad reality that parts of the world are hostile to sexual and gender minorities. Because of this, coming out or seeking help through certain avenues can be very dangerous. It is important to consider your own situation and cultural context before sharing your identity with others.