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Caroline Mohr on How to Navigate Uncertainty

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For most people, dealing with uncertainty in a situation that they cannot control is challenging. Moreover, trying to cling onto some semblance of stability and certainty, especially where plans are concerned, can be detrimental to our mental health. So, what is the best way to deal with uncertainty?

Caroline Mohr on how to navigate uncertainty.

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Living A Life of Purpose

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Too often, we can be so focused on finding our purpose in life that we miss the opportunity to live a life of purpose. The former is discovered as you live your life; the latter can be lived by figuring out what you want your life to look like.

Tips on how to live a life of purpose.

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Feeling Overwhelmed? Talk About Your Problems

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These days, so many people struggle with overwhelming emotions of fear, stress, and worry. While some people know how to cope with these emotions, others clam up and keep it to themselves. However, the latter will not do you any good. The good thing is that when you’re feeling overwhelmed, talking about your feelings is a simple yet effective tool. So why do most of us avoid it?

If you feel overwhelmed, talking about it helps.

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Stay in Shape at Home With This Workout Plan

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If going to the gym is impossible or doesn’t seem appealing to you, we have some good news. Staying in shape—losing fat, gaining strength, and improving balance—is possible in the comfort of your home. Exercising at home can even be the catalyst that inspires you to look for ways to enhance your health and well-being. 

A workout plan that can help lower-limb amputees stay in shape at home.

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Why Meditation Walking Is Great for Your Health

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Walking meditation is a great way to take care of your body and mind. Just like the general mindfulness practice, walking meditation helps you develop connectedness, awareness, and calmness—three attributes that may be lacking in this busy world. Those who practice walking meditation report feeling more grounded, serene, and balanced.

Walking meditation has numerous health benefits for amputees.

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