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MODELING MINDFULNESS

As parents, it’s our job to exemplify the behaviors we want our children to have: Be kind to others, drive safely, report bullying when we see it. But how, exactly, do you teach mindfulness and meditation to your kids? In an article for About Meditation, Betsi Iris Mufson, a psychotherapist based in Connecticut, shares the benefits and importance of modeling mindfulness to children.

THREE SIMPLE WAYS

“As a mother of four, I believe preaching

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