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5 Ways Excessive Technology Use is Harming Your Relationships

5 Ways Excessive Technology Use is Harming Your Relationships, Part 2, is part of The Art of Living Free series. Dr. Silard shares about the negative impact our smartphones have on our relationships, and what we can do about it. Watch here! Read More

How to Be Lonely Without Becoming Depressed, Part 1

Watch some wonderful insight here from Dr. Anthony Silard: How to Be Lonely Without Becoming Depressed.

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Check-out our latest video from The Art of Living Free series | Covid-19: The Second Social Distancing Threat to Our Way of Life in Thirteen Years, Part 3

In Part 3, Dr. Silard talks about how to transform feelings of anxiety and loneliness into connection. Please share these strategies with others you think might benefit. Watch here and let us know your thoughts!

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Developing Relationships in Challenging Times

Don’t walk behind me; I may not lead.  Don’t walk in front of me; I may not follow.  Just walk beside me and be my friend.  – Albert Camus   It is a difficult time to develop new relationships. Anxiety has skyrocketed during the pandemic. Political divisions are tearing the country asunder and sowing distrust. Carefree virus spreaders are routinely […]

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Balancing Two Pandemics: Develop Golden-Mean Strategies to Effectively Navigate Our Current Times

I see so many people suffering, and it breaks my heart. I hear it everywhere around me in the voices of my family members, friends, (Zoom) leadership conference participants, coworkers, and students. I notice this suffering easily because it also exists inside of me.  We are collectively suffering from two pandemics: a physical health pandemic and a mental health pandemic. The mental health pandemic […]

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The Problem with Social Distancing

This article has been coauthored by the psychologist Mora Zaharya, who can be reached at www.tratamientosonline.com  Social distancing has become the new global norm to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Yet we must be careful with the words we use, as they have meanings that impact our emotions, thoughts and actions.   Social Distance is Not Emotional Distance  In actuality, what we […]

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In One Corner: You. In the Other: the 24-7 Slot Machine in Your Hands

Yes, it’s true: on average, we touch our phones over 2,500 times per day. Why?   “Because we enjoy it!” many people tell me at my conferences. It turns out nothing could be further from the truth. We are constantly on our phones because we feel compelled to be.   Once again, why?   Dopamine.  Dopamine Drives You Toward […]

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A Message to Parents: Don’t Squander Your Inheritance

The other day, I was listening to the 1974 Harry Chapin song “Cat’s in the Cradle” and was struck by the theme—a father doesn’t have time to spend with his son during his son’s most important developmental years. Later, once the father is retired, his son returns the favor and avoids him. (Read the song’s poignant lyrics.) The theme […]

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Anthony Silard’s latest article in Psychology Today | Renew Your Most Important Relationships During the Pandemic

Anthony Silard’s article was published in Psychology Today. Please read it here.

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COVID-19: The Second Social-Distancing Threat to Our Way of Life in Thirteen Years

Social distancing started long before COVID-19.

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