Author Archives: Dr. Kathleen Young

Mindful Monday: Make Tea

When I saw this I knew I had to share it. Pugs! Tea! Both things I love. It also like what it illustrates about healing. There are many small things we can do, for ourselves and others, that do not “fix” the big … Continue reading

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Mindful Monday: Impact

On Mondays I like to share things with you that speak to me. It can be easy to overlook the impact we each have on others and the world around us. I like to think about how even a small … Continue reading

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#TBT: Making Meaning

Today is the anniversary of a tragic Tucson event. A fitting time to revisit this post. Making Meaning from the Collective Trauma of Public Violence Originally posted on January 11, 2011 I was in the midst of writing a 2011 goals … Continue reading

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Mindful Monday: New Year

Happy Monday and Happy New Year! I’ve written before about my view of resolutions and preference for setting intentions. This is a practice that can be done at any time! No need to limit it to the first of each … Continue reading

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Mindful Monday: Year’s End

Today is the last Mindful Monday in 2014. It is also the time of year we may make resolutions for the upcoming year. Unfortunately, this can also involve judging ourselves for what we did not accomplish in 2014. What if … Continue reading

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