A new study suggests there may be more than just a link between smartphone reliance and depression: The one may cause the other.
In his new book, Ronald Purser cuts through the woo-woo hippy-dippy hype to show how the practice has been co-opted for nefarious means.
How to deal with weekend anxiety.
My coping mechanisms had been avoidant behavior all along.
"I am tired of the putrid stench of sweat and the overwhelming compulsion to use, use, use, because if I don’t, I will die."
One of the side effects on the path to boundless perception is, for many, boundless boners.
Be your own guru.
Students mix a dough, knead the shit out of it, bake it, and then burn all the thoughts that cropped up in a ceremonial act of letting go.
The Prison Yoga Project is bringing mindfulness, meditation and physical release to hundreds of prisoners.
Or will managing your mental health on your smartphone provide an excuse for keeping mental health services underfunded?
Author Ethan Nichtern is out to introduce younger generations to secular, relevant and modern Buddhist practices.
My anxiety disorder can make me feel like I'm trapped in a cyclone of negative thoughts and fear. But like many mental health conditions, with the right treatment and techniques, life is very liveable.