Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Controlling Behavior with Meditation

LEVITTOWN, Pa. -- Brandon Heinz, an eighth grader in the Bristol Township School District, told occupational therapist Charles E. Gallagher that he had been asked to sit still "millions of times."
The problem is that it's not always easy.
For Brandon, 14, and his classmates -- students with autism, attention-deficit disorders, or other special needs - controlling signs of anxiety is often a struggle.
So Gallagher made a suggestion: Breathe

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