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Mindful : February 2015
30 70 30 70 60 40 34 66 contents february PHOTOGRAPHBYBÉATRICEPELTRE,©GARYWATERS/IKONIMAGES/CORBIS On our cover: US Army veteran Jose Arana. Photograph by McNair Evans. 4 mindful February 2015 Departments 66 Techniques Winding Down and Falling Asleep How to stop tossing and turning and get some quality shut-eye. 67 At Work Talk to the Whole Person Jae Ellard gives you the basics to stop focusing on the small stuff and have mindful conversations at work. 68 Ms. Mindful on Relationships Make Love a Priority Valentine’s Day can be more than chocolate and roses—this year make it a reminder to show up for love, again and again. 70 Insight The Perks of Disappointment Carolyn Gimian challenges you to rethink disappointment. Not getting what you want may be just what you need to move toward a better future. 6 Your Thoughts Readers write, tweet, post. 7 The Mindful Quiz Answers to our reader sur vey on love and relationships. 8 Our Point of View The Many Meanings of Mindfulness Our editor-in-chief queries meditation teachers on the rich meanings of the word mindfulness. 10 Top of Mind Things that spark our minds, touch our hear ts, make us smile—or roll our eyes. 12 Mindful-Mindless Some people go above and beyond to be helpful; others, not so much. Our take on who’s paying attention and who’s not. 14 Bookmark This Writings, recordings, and apps that are capturing our at tention. 16 Research Roundup Research is trying to keep pace with the explosion of interest in mindfulness. Here are studies from the frontier. 18 Brain Science Flawed Thinking Often our view of reality gets skewed by cognitive bias, when our brains reach the wrong conclusions. In psychotherapy, Sharon Begley warns, cognitive bias can put patients’ recoveries at risk. 80 MindSpace Artist Maira Kalman finds surprising relief after breaking her arm. 24 How to Live a Mindful Life Your Guide to Defusing Anger Here are 11 ways to take time for what mat ters and keep anger from messing up your life. 28 Body Escaping Gravity Competitive sailor and paraplegic Sarah Everhar t Skeels reveals how sailing lets her leave the heaviness of life on shore. 30 Food Sensual, Savory Chocolate When it comes to desser ts, resident foodie and mindful eating advocate, Béatrice Peltre, always returns to chocolate for the perfect, decadent Valentine’s Day treat. Mindful Living Mindful Practices