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Dr. Andrea Dinardo is a psychology professor and speaker, who specializes in positive psychology. Her work focuses on energy and time management, thriving under pressure, and cultivating psychological resilience. A framework for mental health and motivation used throughout her workshops, presentations, and keynote talks.
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Small words ….deep meaning
I love this. Thanks.
It sure is! My physical therapist prescribed belly breathing as rehabilitation to my shoulder and hip issues, and I am amazed by how effective it has been. It not only brings more comfort and stamina to my runs but the internal peace and motivation to charge on for more laps around the track! 🙂 Carries over to so many other areas of my life!
Yes peace begins within – and yes remember to breathe
Yes, of course. Simple practice. Easy to forget. (Posting reminders around the house helps quite a bit.) In the end: Peace happens.. One breath at a time.🍃
A few words can have so much meaning.☺
May I just say again how wonderful you are. Andrea, I am so glad to have found you in this blogging community. Your wisdom comes directly from your heart – full of joy and bringing me into greater peace. My spiritual teacher John Morton says “Peace is always present.” ❤ Thanks for the reminder! Blessings, Debbie ❤
Andrea, thank you once again for reminding me to breathe. Love that you shared your poetry in response to my forgiveness blog. That touches me immensely …. Have a beautiful week, each breath at a time 🙂
Few powerful words with great meaning.
Amen to that! Being a Type A necessitates “zen” reminders everywhere I go.🌿🍃
Yes so true 👌👌👌👌👌
This is so true 😊😊
Great post! In my experience, when I learned yoga around 35 years ago, the biggest impact (of many) it had on me was that I learned the benefit of deep breathing. I am sure I have used deep breaths to relax myself in stressful situations nearly every day of my life since then. Talk about a gift that keeps on giving!
So true Tony! For me: Just reading the word BREATHE makes me pause & slow down to turtle speed. 🌱🐢
As you may have noticed, I have chosen Steps for PEACE as a focus on every blog post. My fervent wish and prayer is that we achieve this as a world community – sooner rather than later
So grateful to have connected. Together we make a difference. One word. One thought One deep breath at a time. 💛💫
I am delighted too 🙂 Peace, Love and Light
Thank you for reminding me. x