Attitude of Gratitude

An Attitude Of Gratitude

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Having an attitude of gratitude makes a profound difference. I would even go so far as to say the difference between living a miserable or “hum drum” life and a brilliant or deeply valued life. Gratitude is something that grows from mindfulness We as humans have a tendency to look at what is wrong in any given situation. This is …

Podcast with Jennifer Hurvitz

Dr. Stone Kraushaar – The Hug Doctor – joins host Jennifer Hurvist

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 Click to listen to my podcast interview with Jennifer Hurvist. Being on Jennifer’s podcast and in her space was such a joy. She is truly the “space of a hug” and I am honored that she has taken on the 21-day hugging journey with the daily self-hug of yoga and excited to see where she takes it! She always …

Article on Keeping the brain young: How can I maintain my mental, emotional, and physical health as I age?

My Tip On Keeping The Brain Young

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I am so honored to be featured in this article by Thriveworks! Please check it out and let me know what you think. Keeping the brain young: How can I maintain my mental, emotional, and physical health as I age? Click here to learn more about how hugging can change your life. Biggest hugs of possibility, Stone

Dr. Stone Kraushaar – The Hug Doctor – joins host Ryan Wrecker

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pic.twitter.com/OclxOY77ho — Ryan Wrecker (@RyanWrecker) March 11, 2018 The Hug Doctor ((Dr. Stone Kraushaar)) joins host Ryan Wrecker to educate him on the often taken for granted act of hugging. The Hug Doctor is authoring a new book entitled “Hug Therapy: A 21 Day Hugging Journey to Embracing Yourself, Your Life, and Everyone Around You.” The Hug Doctor even convinces …

‘Hug Doctor’ Preaches Benefits of 21-Second Hug

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ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – A local psychologist who goes by the name of “the Hug Doctor” is singing the therapeutic praises of the hug this Valentine’s week. Dr. Stone Kraushaar says a good, 21-second hug can help lower blood pressure, reduce stress and help your relationships. “When you slow down on Valentine’s Day and have 20-second or longer hug with …