Overthinking? Maybe this will help

A guided mindfulness meditation to work with thoughts.

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Have you ever tried to focus on something, but your thoughts keep carrying you away? It can happen with work, meditation, conversations, food — you name it. A practice of mindfulness meditation can help improve focus because we practice paying attention to some experience in the present moment. When we do this, of course our attention wanders to…

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Susan Brumbaugh is a criminal justice researcher who telecommutes, a licensed counselor, a mindfulness meditation practitioner, and a perpetual learner.

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Susan Brumbaugh

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Susan Brumbaugh is a criminal justice researcher who telecommutes, a licensed counselor, a mindfulness meditation practitioner, and a perpetual learner.

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