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Mindful : April 2016
Which would you rather handle? 66% visceral scary stuff 33% interpersonal scary stuff What’s the scariest nightmare you ever had? • I met a talking lion. • Dying, and being aware of it • Having to return to finish my Ph.D. • My daughter was pregnant. She’s 12. • Hundreds of alligators were trying to enter my house through every opening. • I was cut up into small cubes and reassembled, but some of the cubes were put back in the wrong place. • A zombie ate my right hand. I’m a piano teacher. • Walking through a carnival in a rough area of town where skins of other people were hanging on hooks and we could try them on. ● What is your biggest fear? SOME ANSWERS WE LIKED: • Birds... • Being wrong • Gun violence • The deep ocean (have you seen the photographs?!) • The rabbits from the Water- ship Down cartoon • My ex-wife, then spiders • Colonoscopy What’s the most ridiculous thing you’re afraid of? • Touching toothpaste—it makes my skin crawl • O pen closet doors • Clusters of very small things, like bell pepper seeds. Weird, I know • I was once trapped in a bathroom with a chip- munk. It was jumping. I was screaming and giggling but not actually having fun • Balloons popping • Escalators when I can’t hold on with my hand Customer Service Subscriptions: Toll free: 1-855 - 492-1675 firstname.lastname@example.org Retail inquiries: 732-946-0112 Moving? Notify us six weeks in advance. We cannot be responsible for issues the post office does not forward. On occasion, we make our subscriber names and addresses available to select organizations we feel will be of interest to our readers. If you would prefer that your name and mailing address not be used in this way, contact us at our addresses listed left. The Foundation for a Mindful Society An independent, nonprofit corporation. Publishers of Mindful and Mindful.org. 228 Park Ave S #91043 New York, NY 10003-1502 USA Editorial & Central Business Office 1660 Hollis Street, Suite 703 Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 1V7 Canada email@example.com Editorial Inquiries If you are interested in contributing to Mindful magazine, please go to mindful.org/submission-guidelines to learn how. Barry Boyce Editor-in-Chief Claire Ciel Zimmerman Associate Editor Kaitlin Quistgaard Editor-at-Large Hugh Delehanty Editor-at-Large Robert Ronald Copy Editor Heather Hurlock Senior Editor, Digital Stephany Tlalka Associate Editor, Digital James Gimian Publisher Claudia Chender Associate Publisher, Advertising & Partnerships Alan Brush Associate Publisher, Circulation Melvin McLeod Consulting Editor Andrew Karr Finance Director Advertising Inquiries Kevin Gillespie LOHAS Advertising Director 603-305 -5106 firstname.lastname@example.org Paul Laybolt Advertising Representative 844-431-8060 email@example.com Board of Advisors Mindful is pleased to have the support of leading authorities in the field of mindfulness. To see Mindful’s board of advisors, please visit mindful.org/about-mindful Jessica von Handorf Art Director Megumi Yoshida Associate Art Director Spencer Creelman Assistant Art Director Teo Furtado Contributing Editor, East Coast Barbara Graham Contributing Editor, West Coast Anna Ramsay Graphic Designer, Digital Edition John Sheehy General Manager Edward Boyce Associate Publisher, New Media Daniel Scott Assistant Publisher, Circulation and Digital Editions Ricardo Salcedo Audience Development Manager Kilah Rolle Advertising Representative 844-774 -4330 902-431-9630 firstname.lastname@example.org We wish to thank our main partner, the Hemera Foundation, without whose ongoing strategic guidance, expertise, and generous support the Mindful initiative would not be possible. mindful.org 8 mindful April 2016 the mindful survey To meet and learn from the best writers and teachers on mindful- ness today, sign up for our email newsletters at mindful.org. To share your feedback, email us with your full name, city, and state or province at email@example.com. You can also visit facebook. com/mindfulorg or tweet us @MindfulOnline. For subscription questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Comments chosen for publication may be edited for length and clarity. All submissions and manuscripts become the property of The Foundation for a Mindful Society. connect