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According to the American Psychological Association, mindfulness is defined as “awareness of one’s internal states and surroundings.” Mindfulness as a practice tends to focus on being in the moment. It can be used in therapy to help a client stay present with their emotions, but it can also be a daily activity to help someone stay grounded. 


Here you will find articles exploring how mindfulness can help you exist in the present moment and teach you techniques to manage potentially overwhelming emotions such as anger and anxiety.

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