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How to Use Digital Devices This Lent for Holy Reflection

By Heidi A. Campbell — 2017

Technology can, in fact, be good for religion. The question is, how do we engage with technology thoughtfully and actively?

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How to Find the Capacity to Open Your Heart

We have a friend who sees the world in a pessimistic light. This person is highly suspicious of people and situations, and sees, as well as experiences negativity at most turns. Why is this and what does it mean? What can be done to help?

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Here’s How to Channel Your Fear and Uncertainty Into a Life of Purpose and Hope

“When we are interconnected, when one of us heals, we all heal.”

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Why I Love Pandemic of Love

A testament to the power of giving and human connection.

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The Power of Sustainable Self-Care

Shelly Tygielski explores how consistently showing up for yourself first lays the foundation for our life’s purpose—showing up for others—and how to create your own self-care practice.

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Self-Care Doesn’t Have to Be Selfish: Mindfulness Teacher Shelly Tygielski On Generosity and Well-Being

Shelly offers a short meditation as a way of reminding ourselves that we don’t exist in a bubble. Whenever she buys something, even a tomato, she tries to stop and think about the provenance of that item.

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Shelly Tygielski on Radical Self-Care to Promote Social Change

Pandemic of Love founder and author Shelly Tygielski outlines how radical self-care can change the world.

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Enough Is a Feast: The True Meaning of Radical Self-Care

Shelly Tygielski is a radical self-care expert and creator of Pandemic of Love.

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Misophonia Complicates Relationships in Complex Ways

Understanding how and why can help people cope with the disorder.

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ADHD and Relationships

If you have ADHD, you might find it hard to date, make friends, or parent. That’s partly because good relationships require you to be aware of other people's thoughts and feelings. But ADHD can make it hard for you to pay attention or react the right way.

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For Black LGBTQ Christians, Storytelling Is a Tool of Resilience

Black LGBTQ people are finding ways to share their stories and their spirituality, bridging a gap between faith and identity. The effort is leading some of them back to church, where acceptance is growing.

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