Vulnerability. Some may see it as a sign of weakness. Others have learned to regard it as a true reflection of authenticity (which is taking a beating in our modern world, particularly with the onslaught of social media). The pressure to appear perfect is far greater than ever before...perfectly beautiful, perfectly popular, perfectly accomplished, perfectly creative, perfectly vegan, perfectly stylish, etc. Those are the contrived images that are projected making most, if not all, feel perfectly inadequate. 

 So how can mindfulness help to combat the perceived social pressures that compromise our authenticity?

 When we teach our students mindfulness, we provide them with an opportunity to recognize and accept their feelings, whether deemed “good” or “bad”. We show them that they are worthy of love and acceptance from others, but most importantly from and towards themselves. We use mindful teachings to help students face their fears and...

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