Just published in
the March 2017 issue of Mindfulness Research Monthly (page 5):
The study shows a decrease in partial workdays missed for MBSR participants with GAD, and a tendency for mental health care utilization and partial days missed to decrease with increased mindfulness practice. It lends support to previous research demonstrating the benefits of MBSR.
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“The last couple of days have been really rough at work for me, and I was so stressed about a meeting today, that I was up half the night with an upset stomach.
But driving in to work today, I did some deep breathing, listened to a meditation app, AND I said my mantra out loud to myself: “I am a mountain! Strong and steady. Unaffected by the changing seasons, the storms, and the chaos that surrounds me.” I even wrote it down on a post-it and put it in my pocket. It helped so much! The meeting went really well. I’m really thankful to you, for organizing the meditation classes, and for the teacher who shared her practice with us."