Mindfulness can play a big role in transforming our experience with pain and other difficulties; it allows us to recognize the authenticity of the distress and yet not be overwhelmed by it. —Sharon Salzberg
The brain of someone with BPD races. Constantly.
Our minds jump from one thing to the next—past, present, and future—within moments. It's no wonder that we make poor and impulsive decisions that we later regret.
Mindfulness helps us to slow down and appreciate the present moment—without judgment towards ourselves or others.
Now mindfulness isn't magic or esoteric. It's a skill that's based in science and research. The very good news? It can help change your life.