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Three Research-Backed Rules for Building a Grateful Workplace

University of Washington professor Ryan Fehr shares research on how to build a culture of gratitude at work.

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The Why and How of Effective Altruism

Philosopher Peter Singer talks through some surprising thought experiments to help you balance emotion and practicality of altruism.

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    What is political stress?

    Political stress is a real thing. Clinical Psychologist Sheela Raja explains what political stress is and how it affects us.

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    How to talk to people you disagree with

    Trying to have a conversation with someone who has an opposing view can be exhausting. Explore what it means to have productive discussions when we disagree.

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    Five ways to keep your cool when election season gets heated

    Five Ways to Keep Your Cool When Election Season Gets Heated

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    Election stress: Tips to manage anxious feelings about politics

    If you’re grappling with election stress, you are not alone, more than 60% of registered U.S. voters say politics are a significant source of stress. These tips can help.

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    What is election stress disorder?

    What is Election Stress Disorder and how can it affect you?

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    How to cope with political stress this election season

    Learn how political stress affects your well-being and and how to stay politically engaged while still maintaining your mental health.

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    How to deal with anxiety from the news

    Neuroscientist Judson Brewer shares tips on calming your nerves when the headlines won't stop. Take a break and learn about how to better process worry.

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    Five do's and don'ts of coping with traumatic events

    Here are things you can do to help speed up the recovery process following a traumatic event and prevent the symptoms from being prolonged or potentially developing into Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

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    How to cope with traumatic events

    Being exposed to community violence, such as school shootings or other frightening events, can cause trauma for all of us. Explore these tips for coping with traumatic events. 

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    Strategies for dealing with tragedy

    This podcast's focus is on confronting life's adversities with emotional intelligence and coping strategies, emphasizing the importance of boundaries, perspective, integrity, and discernment. 

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    A mediation for processing grief and tragedy

    Support the body in coming back to a place of balance and harmony after a tragic event, shifting focus from the parts that feel overwhelmed to the parts that feel more neutral.

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    How to cope with survivor guilt

    If you've lived through a traumatic experience, you may be left with conflicting (and confusing) feelings. We break down what survivor guilt is and offer tips for coping and finding support.

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    Why yoga is a valid mental health treatment

    Yoga can help to increase strength and flexibility, improve balance, and reduce stress. According to new research, regular yoga practice can also help alleviate the symptoms of depression.

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    Why yoga is good for your body and brain

    New research suggests that yoga directly influences our nervous systems, making us happier and healthier.

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    How yoga helped me let go

    Learn how yoga can help you "let go" in a positive way. 

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    What happens to your brain & body when you do yoga regularly

    Over 36 million Americans practice yoga, which really can have profound health effects on your body and brain.

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    The nature of yoga is therapeutic

    In the podcast, Judith Hanson Lasater, Ph.d. and physical therapist speaks about her life and her work, and about how Yoga itself is inherently therapeutic.

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