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  1. I really resonate with this struggle to be present. To stop and smile at the dimples. Thanks for the reminders to be mindful and not stay in autopilot mode. Even in moments of chaos, we have so much to be thankful for.

  2. This is one of my very favorite posts of yours! Not only does it explain the reasonings behind the feelings I have regularly, but it is so great to have clear, concise, scientific advice for how to start conquering the regret. THANK YOU SO MUCH!

  3. Vicki Lashbrook says:

    Thank you ever so much for taking the time to share this……I can rephrase and use this with my 11 year son who is a real worrier and negative thinker.

    I don’t think you realise the impact your help has on me and I thank you again from the bottom of my still beating heart!

  4. I’m a depressive realist, so knowing that this impoverished life will end someday is my comforting mindfulness.

  5. Thank you I really enjoyed this read, as a mother of 2 in college ad 2 still at home I find myself taking in those special moments that perhaps I flew by with my older two. I enjoyed your post and look forward to more.

  6. Not just for moms! I’m a dad and recovering addict that’s had to learn a lot about my brain’s faulty wiring. This rings true for everyone that gets caught speeding up and consumed by “doing” when they’re stressed, instead of slowing down, and “being”.