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4 Tips for Meditating On Your Commute

By Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S.
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4 Tips for Meditating On Your CommuteFor many of us, our commute to work is filled with frustrated feelings and stressed-out thoughts.

“We have a tendency to focus on what’s threatening. We can naturally think about things that are stressful and go over them,” said Jonathan Kaplan, Ph.D, a clinical psychologist with a private practice in New York City.

Sometimes, this is helpful. You’re reviewing potential solutions and brainstorming productive ideas. Other times, it just makes us more stressed, he said.

So how can meditating help?

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