Generosity Begins with You

GenerosityBy Patti Ward, M.Ed.

December can easily be seen as a month of great generosity. The Merriam-Webster Dictionary definition for ‘generosity’ is: the quality of being kind and generous. The meaning of ‘generous’ is to show a readiness to give more of something, as money or time, than is strictly necessary or expected. What’s your definition of generosity?

There is actually a “Science of Generosity ...

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How I Teach My Kids Mindfulness

by April Hadley, MSW

“How do you teach your kids to practice mindfulness meditation?”April-Hadley-300x225

This is one of the most common questions I am asked when people find out that I teach mindfulness meditation for a living. I am often met with a look of confusion when I answer, “I don’t teach my kids how to practice meditation.”

Let me explain. But before I do, ...

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Mindful Parents Know How to Do One Thing

by April Hadley

What does it mean to be a mindful parent?

Is a mindful parent unusually kind? Is a mindful parent unusually happy? Is a mindful parent unusually patient? A mindful parent may be some of these things some of the time, but they are also something more. Rather, they practice something more.

This practice will help you become a wiser and more discerning parent.
It will help you become a calmer and less reactive parent.
It will help you let go ...

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