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Our current reality includes many extra hours at home. Why not fill some of that time with practical lessons?
A wandering mind is an unhappy mind. Brain research shows us this! Study can help us focus and stay in the moment.
Today, we highlight an educational opportunity related to the habits of well being that can help you right now.
In the spring of 2018, Yale psychology professor Laurie Santos unveiled a new course, Psychology and the Good Life. The class quickly became the most popular class ever taught at Yale University and garnered media attention.
With such high demand for the class, Santos designed an iteration for online learning called The Science of Well-Being that would give people outside of Yale the opportunity to take it.
The online course is now being offered for free.
During the course, you will engage in a series of challenges designed to increase your happiness and build more productive habits. Professor Santos will also reveal misconceptions about happiness, annoying features of the mind that lead us to think the way we do, and the research that can help us change.
Over one million people have already joined.
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Welcome to Monday. Let’s take a moment to practice mindfulness.
Join us at 8:30 PM EST, today on the Hope for Depression Instagram Account (@hope_hdrf) for a Meditation Live Stream with certified yoga instructor, Lauren Kelston McMillin.Lauren is a yogi and actor. She also founded Yoga for Alex, a large-scale yoga event to celebrate the life of her brother, Alex Kelston, and to raise money for depression research. You can read more about Lauren and her inspiring work here.