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Randomised clinical non-inferiority trial of breathing-based meditation and cognitive processing therapy for symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder in military veterans
Bayley, P.J., Schulz-Heik, R.J., Tang, J.S., Mathersul, D.C., Avery, T., Wong, M., Zeitzer, J.M., Rosen, C.S., Burn, A.S., Hernandez, B., Lazzeroni, L – …
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Leading with Compassion Has Research-Backed Benefits
How do organizations earn employee loyalty? Lasting relationships aren’t merely achieved through compensation and material perks; they’re nurtured by human connection and compassion. Research has shown the benefits of being compassionate on health and personal relationships, but it’s also incredibly beneficial to professional success — but it has to be…
Into the Magic Shop Podcast
Dr. Doty has begun a podcast called Into the Magic Shop where he explores the mysteries of the brain and the secrets of the heart. He will interview authors and experts in diverse fields including philosophy, psychology, neuroscience, spirituality and religion. He will also potentially interview the listeners who have…
Want Better-Behaved Kids? Manage Your Own Emotions Like This
It’s normal to experience emotions at home or at work: frustration, anger, fear, excitement. But how you handle these feelings as a parent or leader can go a long way toward building—or destroying—your relationships. It’s essential to develop the ability to regulate your emotions, but perhaps not in the way…
How Feeling Down Can Make You Mentally Strong
To be alive is to feel. Travis, a veteran of the war in Iraq who was in my research study on yogic breathing for post-traumatic stress, shared with me at the beginning of the study that he was unable to feel emotions. He told me there had been a suicide…