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Why Living in the Now Makes Your Relationships Say Wow
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If you’re like most people, the magnificence of this wonderful life is being drowned out by an internal monologue of self-consciousness and anxiety. We are all being literally driven mad by the incessant buzzing of our own internal symphonies.

The antidote: mindfulness.

Mindful people are happier, less depressed, reactive, anxious and aggressive, and more exuberant, accepting, empathetic, patient, secure and connected to others.

Mindful people also have higher self-esteems, and are more tolerant of their own weaknesses.

Tune in to discover six proven steps and five exercises that will guide you to cultivate mindfulness so that you can finally experience greater joy in life and love! And of course, feel free to call in with your questions or comments!
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Ask Dr. Love: Living in the Now

In this Ask Dr. Love radio show, Dr. Jamie Turndorf (aka Dr. Love) discusses the link between mindfulness (living in the now) and relationship satisfaction. Listen now to discover six proven steps and five exercises that will guide you to cultivate mindfulness so that you can finally experience greater joy in life and love!
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