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What's the light that will guide you out of your own tangled woods - both the woods "out there" in the world and the ones "in here," in your own mind?...

We all know that exercise is good for us, but that doesn't always make it easy to do. Dr. Kelly McGonigal joins Forrest and me to share some of the surprising benefits of activity, and how to find ease and joy in movement....

What’s the spark and what’s the fuel? Welcome joy. Positive emotions – such as feelings of gratitude, love, and confidence – strengthen the immune system, protect the heart against loss and trauma, build relationships, increase resilience...

On this very special episode, Jack Kornfield, one of the key teachers who introduced Buddhist mindfulness practice to the West, joins Forrest and I to discuss practice, mindful awareness, and how to view reality altogether....

Who do you argue with? The Practice: Don't quarrel. Why? It's one thing to stick up for yourself and others. But it's a different matter to get caught up in wrangles, contentiousness, squabbles . . . in a word: quarrels. Similarly, it's one thing to disagree with someone, even...

Everyone wants to be a good friend, and a great parent. Parenting isn't easy, but there might be some easy ways to simplify the big ideas and boil it down to a few core concepts. Today, Dr. Tina Payne Bryson joins the show to share...

What are you saying? The Practice: Speak wisely. Why? "Sticks and stones can break my bones, but words will never hurt me." Ah, not really. Often it's words - and the tone that comes with them - that actually do the most damage. Just think back on some of the...

It’s our final episode of Being Well in 2019! On it, Forrest and I discuss our favorite episodes from the last year, what we’ve learned, and our resolutions for 2020....

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