How a Mindfulness Practice Can Help With Alexithymia
When your emotions feel out of reach of your body, a mindfulness and embodiment practice might help. Here’s how.
On Tuesday, I introduced the topic of alexithymia, a condition characterized as a difficulty identifying and describing one’s feelings. Research has shown that alexithymia is more common in men; check out my article for Psychology Today about Why Men May Struggle to Communicate Their Feelings. Today, I’m exploring how mindfulness and embodied practices can help to reduce the experience of alexithymia.
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Experiencing alexithymia? Here’s how mindfulness can help
Looking within: mindfulness exercise and reflection
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