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“I would recommend mindfulness to anyone, whether life is difficult or easy as I think it would benefit everyone.

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Melanie    Sheffield, UK   
Melanie    Sheffield, UK   
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(8-Week Mindfulness for Health & Happiness Course)

“I would recommend mindfulness to anyone, whether life is difficult or easy as I think it would benefit everyone.

I don't think I had any major problems in my life as I felt fine most of the time. I have a busy life, as a lot of people do. Working full time and having a family can be stressful at times.

I felt as though I was coping, although at times I did get anxious and a bit overwhelmed with all the day to day problems that can arise - just normal stuff!

At the end of the course I still have the same work and the same family with all the same stress, but now when a situation arises that I have to deal with, I find that I am looking at it in a different way.
I don't panic as much and I am calmer in difficult situations. I also don't dwell on things so much, I can clear things from my mind.

I love the week we did about letting things go. I tend to go over things again and again, but this has taught me to stop dwelling on things and let them go.”


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