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Mindful : December 2018
Opening Up Is a Compassionate Act ASK YOURSELF One of the best ways to adapt and to learn to man- age the aftereffects of serious diseases that change your life is to talk about them and ask questions. Too often, we simply don’t. And that’s not healthy. Remember, if you have a problem, others likely do as well. Bringing it into the open can be a compas- sionate act. You need to ask yourself some pointed questions and make some decisions: • Does the issue I’m experiencing need to be addressed? •Canitwait,canIletitbe,orcanIletitgo? • How much do I care what people think? • Can I work with that? This is how we can employ contemplation and self-care to move skillfully toward openness—with ourselves and others—when we practice mindful perspective-taking. ● Think you don’t have the time to learn about mindfulness? We’ve got you covered. 1 Start here to learn about what mindfulness is (and what mindfulness isn’t) with free instructional videos: youtube.com/mindthemoment 2 Build your personal practice using our free, guided meditation mp3s: soundcloud.com/mindthemoment 3 Check in to see what’s happening in the worlds of mindfulness news, research, and events: facebook.com/mindthemoment 4 Share your own mindful experiences with us and see what others are up to! instagram.com/mind_the_moment The Mind the Moment program was developed and is offered by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Inc. We’ve been helping keep mindfulness within everyone’s reach for more than ten years. Can we talk? email@example.com harvardpilgrim.org/mindfulness December 2018 mindful 25 mindful md