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Who are you prosecuting? The Practice: Drop the case. Why? Lately I've been thinking about a kind of "case" that's been running in my mind about someone in my extended family. The case is a combination of feeling hurt and mistreated, critique of the other person, irritation with...

In this Meditation and Talk from his weekly Wednesday Night Meditation Dr. Rick Hanson offers a guided meditation and talk on How to Develop Genuine Equanimity, which includes a Q&A and discussion....

Do you bear a grudge? The Practice: Transform Ill Will. Why? Goodwill and ill will are about intention: the will is for good or ill. These intentions are expressed through action and inaction, word and deed, and-especially-thoughts. How do you feel when you sense another person taking potshots...

How have children experienced this year's challenges, and how can we get better at talking with them about race and racism? Dr. Allison Briscoe-Smith joins Forrest to explore trauma, resilience, and effective coping, and particularly the unique challenges experienced by young people and their parents....

In this Meditation and Talk from his weekly Wednesday Night Meditation Dr. Rick Hanson offers a guided meditation and talk on Brain Tips for Deep Calm, which includes a Q&A and discussion....

Bullying and bullies are widespread. At all scales,from homes and schoolyards to boardrooms, they create a vast amount of human suffering. What can we do?...

On today’s episode of @beingwellpodcast, Forrest and I explore how we maintain contentment, calm, or inner peace, while still aiming high, pursuing good goals, and experiencing natural frustration and anger. We also take a look at some provocative questions, like is contentment even a good...

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