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Mindful : December 2015
NEW APP REMINDS US THOUGHTS ARE NOT FACTS While there are dozens of apps that let you track your mood by clicking emojis, very few encourage you to sit with your feelings. Moodnotes ($3.99 for IOS) allows you to journal your feelings so you can better understand and relate to them. Created by clini- cal psychologists Edrick Dorian and Drew Erdhardt and Ustwo’s London design studio, Moodnotes is based in cognitive therapy. The app walks you through a series of questions, and if you input a feeling it might ask if you can identify thinking traps, and if you can consider the situation in a different light. “The goal,” says Dorian, “is not to get rid of the negative thoughts but rather to be skilled in looking at and evaluating them.” LADY GAGA’S EMOTION REVOLUTION Lady Gaga wants to empower young people to change the world. The Born This Way Foundation, which she founded in 2012 with her mother, tells stories of inspira- tional young people, supports research on youth well-being, and builds relationships with organizations that support and empower young people. This year, the foundation has teamed up with the Yale Center for Emotional Intelli- gence to bring on the Emotion Revolution—an initiative to shine a light on the import- ance of emotional awareness in learning, decision-making, and overall well-being for young people. A CODE OF CONDUCT FOR THE CODING GENERATION Carrie James, a researcher at Harvard, says the time has come to negotiate new rules for how young people engage with technology. In her recent book, Disconnected: Youth, New Media, and the Ethics Gap, James proposes that parents teach, rather than discipline, young people when it comes to their online behav- ior, guiding them toward what she calls “conscientious con- nectivity,” where they relate to their online activities with mindfulness and intention. THE NEXT GENERATION what’s new PHOTOGRAPH:LADYGAGACOURTESYOFMICHAEL_SPENCER 12 mindful December 2015 UPCOMING CERTIFICATION TRAINING JAN 21-23, 2016 DURHAM, NC The Center for Koru Mindfulness trains and certifies individuals to teach the Koru Mindfulness curriculum, the only evidence-based mindfulness curriculum designed for college-age adults. Apply today! KORUMINDFULNESS.ORG SIGN UP BY NOVEMBER 30 AND RECEIVE A DISCOUNTED RATE TEACH MINDFULNESS to COLLEGE-AGE ADULTS