Hello brains! Being stuck at home during a global pandemic, there’s a good chance we’re getting bored…and when we get bored, we don’t always make the best choices. Here’s a simple mindfulness tool that can help.
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CONSULTANTS FOR THIS VIDEO:
Patrick A. LaCount, PhD
Eric Tivers, LCSW
Raffael Boccamazzo, PsyD ("Dr. B")
Vitea "V" Medici
V. also made a list of all the sources that were used while making this video and we’ll try to keep this up for all future videos as well!
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"ADHD and Boredom" Music:
"The Show Must Be Go"
Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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