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What do you wish you'd learned in high school? In addition to Algebra II and PE, what if you'd had a class where you felt safe, supported, and seen? A class where you could learn skills like emotional regulation, self-awareness, empathy, and resilience?

In this video, Engin talks about how this class helped him learn to let go of anger and resentment and bring love and kindness into his interactions with others.

 

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We asked teens in our program what this class means to them. They told us how learning mindfulness changed their school days – and their lives. 

India’s Story: “I’m happier in my own skin.”

Olivia’s Story: Learning Self-Compassion

Damonte’s Story: learning to open up

Engin’s Story: Practicing Empathy

Ally’s story: The power of self-talk

Natoryia’s Story: “Out of Mindful Studies, I got my life back.”

 
I am someone who has struggled with clinical depression and an anxiety disorder for a long time. Just knowing this class is going to be part of my day helps me get out of bed in the morning.
— High School Student
 

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