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Mindful : February 2018
58 40 20 How To Get Real about Happiness Real happiness is always available, even in tough times. 22 Mindful Eating A Fire in the Earth Savor the unique spice of fresh ginger root. 24 Mindful MD The Kindness Cure Although compassion isn’t a magic remedy, it’s a first step toward calming your mind and opening your heart. 28 Inner Wisdom You Say You Want a Resolution? A mindful strategy for less stress and more success in keeping your resolutions. 32 FAQ Am I Doing This Right? The latest installment in our series of helpful answers to common meditator questions. Mindful Living 40 When the Mind Goes Dark When depression hits, can meditating help you work through it? Psychologists weigh in on when mindfulness therapies can (and can’t) help to ease depression. 52 To Speak the Truth Clinical psychologist Renda Dionne talks about why mindfulness is inherent to Native American traditions, and the role of mindful practices in healing from trauma. 58 Is Your Life Designed for You? Waiting and hoping for a “per fect” oppor tunity won’t get you any closer to the life you want. According to two renegade designers, you already have the tools you need to create it. 68 Winter Got You Down? Move Around! When the winter blahs are destroying your exercise resolve, Cara Bradley says a shift in perspective may be just what you need. FEATURES Departments 4 Point of View Mental Health for All Barry Boyce on why meditation shows promise for your men- tal health. 34 Brain Science Truly, Madly, Deeply in Love...with Myself While people encountering narcissism may consider it a disorder, narcissists themselves are quite content with their gargantuan self-regard. 38 Walk the Talk Good Vibrations Music teacher Alexander deVaron on singing as a mind- fulness practice. 6 The Mindful Survey 10 Top of Mind 16 Mindful-Mindless 76 Bookmark This 84 MindSpace February 2018 mindful 3