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Entries tagged with “Advice”

3 Exercises for Being Kinder to Yourself

A lot of us have a hard time being kind, understanding and patient with ourselves. We know that self-compassion is good for us. But practicing it is a whole other matter. Because w…

3 Ways To Motivate Yourself

According to recent research, time metrics can connect your present and future selves in ways that create momentum and follow through.

8 Creative Techniques to Cope with Painful Emotions

Many of us have a hard time coping with negative emotions. This makes sense. “Painful feelings like anxiety, sadness, anger and shame tap into the parts of our brain that are conne…

Benefits of Being Spiritual

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Celebrations: Rabbi Rami Shapiro

10 Years of Roadside Assistance

Don’t Die Waiting to Be Brave

Sponsored Content from Andrea Goeglein, PhD

Gratitude as a Life Line

Aloha and Happy New Year! I pulled the following commentary from a blog-post-related dialog and expanded on the answer as the content seemed so relevant that I wanted to move it to…

How Much Sleep Do I Need?

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How to Deal with Anger

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How to Hear the Love Whisperer

A relationship is like a puppy. Everyone wants it when they see it, some of us actually take it home, but only a few can live happily with it. For some, the puppy runs away; for ot…

How to Let Go of Relationship Baggage

Most of us look back on our past relationships and see them as failures. We allow that belief to weigh us down, and it becomes the “baggage” we carry forward. We somehow think that…

How to Stop a Panic Attack

3 steps to warding off rising panic

Love Hurts

Dear Eve,I am a full-time single mother of three children.  I have been divorced for five years now. Until now, I really haven’t met somebody that I could give my all to. …

Minor Effort, Major Changes

It is my observation that people tend to get caught in the trap of thinking that big changes come from big effort. We tend to think if we don’t have an hour to meditate or pray, we…

Navigating Relationships as a Spiritual Person

Labels are dangerous—we know this.We frequently live and die them by projecting our assumptions on to others, by writhing behind projections placed on us, by doing nothin…

People-Pleaser Syndrome Almost Always Backfires

If you and I meet anytime, in any way, today, these things will almost certainly occur:I'll say yes when my heart and mind mean no.I'll feel, perhaps throughout our entire intercha…

Rabbi Rami: "I Find Myself Wishing My Dad Would Die?"

Roadside Assistance for the Spiritual Traveler

Rabbi Rami: How can I overcome my fear when hearing Allahu Akbar?

Roadside Assistance for the Spiritual Traveler

Rabbi Rami: How Do I Make Tough Decisions?

Roadside Assistance for the Spiritual Traveler

Rabbi Rami: How to Talk with My Astronomer Daughter about God?

Roadside Assistance for the Spiritual Traveler

Rabbi Rami: Should I Feel Guilty about Being Happy?

Rabbi Rami answers your spiritual questions.

Rabbi Rami's Meditation Tips

 I know that meditation is good for me, but I can’t sit still for five minutes, let alone 20. Is there an alternative to meditation?Meditation is waking to God in, with, and a…

Relationship Resolutions 2012

Ah, the New Year. That wonderful time when we feel like we get to start fresh, renew, redesign, get a grip, set goals, and make New Year’s resolutions. Now is the time we gear up f…

Roadside Assistance Special Edition: Orlando

Rabbi Rami offers his insight to the influx of questions filling his inbox after the tragedy in Orlando in this special edition of Roadside Assistance.

The 10 Dots Experiment

An Excerpt from Life Loves You

The Art of Traveling Alone

Tips on mastering the solo journey

The Cure for Laziness

When we call ourselves lazy, we do it innocently. We’re unconscious about what is really going on, and the inner critic kicks in and decides the issue is our laziness.

The Heart of Money: A Question of Being “Blessed”

Q: My old friend from college tells me he is “blessed” because he made a fortune. I’ll admit to being a bit envious, but the big problem isn’t his money: It’s that he really believ…

The Incredible Lightness of Packing

12 Expert Tips for a Carefree, Stress-free Journey

The Second Essential Life Skill: Self-Observe

This is part two of a series featuring the Five Essential Life Skills. My last post featured the first of the skills, Remembering Who You Really Are.The second essential life skill…

The Secret of Real Anger Management

Maybe it’s time to unleash what it really feels like to care.

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