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During these uncertain times, with altered lifestyles and modified schedules, we’re all seeking to find things that are in our control. The good news is we can make choices at each and every moment to bolster our health and well-being. When we feel off-balance, however, and we’re going from one Zoom meeting to another — not to mention making time for families, exercise and meals — those choices aren’t always so clear.
In this video series, I’ll share with you the science, practices and strategies that are grounded in positive psychology, the scientific study of optimal well-being, to help you cultivate calm, prioritize positivity and raise resilience — now and always. There are many practical tools and exercises that are available, and it’s my goal to explore them with you and help you find ways to take control of what is often within us or right in front of us. Over the course of six videos, we’ll spend time talking about topics such as mindfulness and the mind-body connection, self-care, positive emotions, relationships, kindness and more.
Wishing you all safety, peace and good health,
Video Exercises for Improving Health and Well-Being
- A WISE Time-Out: Mindfulness Meditation
- A WISE Time-Out: Gratitude Practice
- A WISE Time-Out: Prioritizing Positivity
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Caren Osten is a certified positive psychology coach and writer. She works with individuals and groups who seek to cultivate greater positivity, clarity and calm as they navigate life’s daily stresses, challenges and shifts. Osten leads workshops and speaks publicly, sharing the benefits, practices and science of optimism, self-compassion, mindfulness and resilience. A contributor to The New York Times, PsychologyToday.com, Mindful and other publications and websites, Osten writes about health, well-being, travel and education. Learn more about her work at www.carenosten.com and find her @carenosten on Twitter and Instagram.