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Aditi Juneja
Lawyer. Writer. Organizer. Personal opinions. Work . Host/creator . Board . Law & Policy 2018.
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michaelharriot 11h
Ironically, it's the anti-science, "pro-life" life people who are gonna get us all killed.
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Aditi Juneja 4h
Replying to @AditiJuneja3
4) Ways to cultivate calm: - take a deep breath - ask yourself if you have enough info to freak out - ask yourself if freaking out is helpful - be curious instead of reacting/responding - when someone else is intense/panicked be thoughtful about not mirroring their energy
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Aditi Juneja 4h
Replying to @AditiJuneja3
3) Overfunctioners can benefit from more inward reflection instead of outward doing in anxious times. Underfunctioners can benefit from trusting and using their gifts and talents. We can all benefit from cultivating calm in ourselves and helping calm be contagious.
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Aditi Juneja 4h
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2) Two of the coping mechanisms around anxiety are over functioning (micromanagement/control) and under functioning (withdrawing/letting others take over). Both are armor against being vulnerable. Both can trigger shame bc of how they’re perceived.
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Aditi Juneja 4h
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1) Anxiety is contagious. But so is calm. She defines calm as having perspective, coming from a place of wisdom and not being emotionally reactive (this isn’t not having feelings but coming from a place of curiosity instead of reaction). We can cultivate calm communities.
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Aditi Juneja 4h
I found the latest episode of ⁦⁩’s podcast on anxiety, calm and under/over functioning TREMENDOUSLY helpful. I’d recommend it in the most emphatic terms. Key takeaways:
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Aditi Juneja 4h
Loving your latest update episode on anxiety, calm and over/under functioning. It’s been a topic that’s been on my mind (as I’m sure for many others) as well. It’s also fun to listen to a podcast with you. I love that it feels like talking with a friend.
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Brené Brown Mar 28
Thank you to the mental health+addiction professionals who are holding space + walking us through the fear and anxiety. And, thank you to the folks working in domestic violence – we see you. Not everyone who has to stay at home is safe at home. This is a crisis inside a crisis.
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NBC News 15h
BREAKING: US Navy is expected to announce that it has relieved the captain who sounded the alarm about a coronavirus outbreak aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt, according to two US officials.
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Ilya Kaminsky 5h
There is a voice that doesn't use words. Listen. ― Rumi
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Steve Silberman 5 May 17
Trump's Katrina will be a deadly pandemic.
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vicky mochama 18h
my emails are increasingly beginning to sound like "sorry to bother you during The Great Entroublement with what is ultimately the most minor of minor problems which i must now, unfortunately and with profuse apologies, make your problem as well, comrade"
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❄️Mons❄️ 5h
It’ll be interesting to see post-covid dissolution and reunion statistics. My school of thought is you broke up for a reason. Whatever that reason was, it’s bound to resurface if you give it another go. Feels good at first, but then reality sets in.
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ZORA 5h
"My whole life, my mother told me, ‘Always remember — you’re a Madison. You come from African slaves and a president.’"
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Marco Rogers 8h
Shout out to all the introverts who are realizing that they much prefer in-person socializing to phone or online. You can miss your friends and still claim being a homebody.
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Aditi Juneja 5h
Replying to @tiffani
I’ve done some checking in/been checked in on and, even if it starts pleasant enough, it just leads back to what it always was.
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Aditi Juneja 5h
Replying to @mswjeff
Lolllll
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Aditi Juneja 6h
Crises don’t change people. They reveal them and more clearly show you who they are. In short, don’t get back with your ex. Also, don’t make excuses for people not treating you well. It’s not just this moment.
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Aditi Juneja 6h
Replying to @ethiopienne @AdamHSays
We’re reading the same book!
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Aditi Juneja 6h
Replying to @AdamHSays
“But she had to give in to the intransigence of death.”
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