How a story told by a Vietnamese Buddhist monk is helping me navigate the Covid-19 culture wars.

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It’s simply an idea that describes certain behaviors many men have been taught make a “real man.”

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Ask something like, “What do you need?” Or, “Do you want advice or for me to just listen?”

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As cases rise and anti-vaxxers dig their heels in the ground, I’m feeling things that sound a lot like symptoms of “burnout.”

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“The success or failure of a couple’s repair attempts is one of the primary factors in whether [a relationship] is likely to flourish or flounder.”

By Franck Mahon


Roshi Joan Halifax, who has spent countless hours with the dying, tells us to have a “strong back, soft front.”

Zen Buddhist priest Roshi Joan Halifax in 2011. (Source: Joan Halifax)

“Strong back, soft front.”


You’ll never get what you really want if let your inner rock star run your life.

By b1st wang


How to get to know your shame so it doesn’t haunt every decision you make.

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In today’s distracted world, you actually have to put effort into getting enough rest.

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Actually resting means relaxing the nervous system


We people-please, get passive-aggressive, and blame others instead of naming our needs. Here’s how to stop doing that.

Jeremy Mohler

Writer, meditation teacher, and host of the “Meditation for the 99%” podcast. Get meditation tips straight to your email inbox: jeremymohler.blog/signup

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