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Mindful : February 2017
THE HAPPI- NESS TRACK Emma Seppälä. (Harper Collins). Taking a deep dive into cognitive psychology and neuroscience, Seppälä shows how we can flourish in the face of life’s overwhelm- ing demands by tapping into reserves of calm and compassion instead of stress and anxiety. ● TRIBE Sebastian Junger. (Harper Collins). Every once in a while a book comes along that takes a topic on everyone’s mind and asks you take a really fresh look. Junger does that for the issue of returning veterans and PTSD. In Tr ib e, he celebrates something that soldiers learn to appreciate: the value of loyalty and belonging. IT DIDN’T START WITH YOU Mark Wolynn. (Viking). New meditators often discover how vulnerable they are as old neglected wounds re-emerge. Wolynn offers methods to examine where this pain resides and find healing and resilience. THE MINDFULNESS- BASED EATING SOLUTION Lynn Rossy. (New Harbinger). A chance to examine eating habits and views and get practical tips for stopping the autopiloting at the core of so many of our challenges with food. 80 mindful February 2017 reviews