Carrie Barron

Director of the Creativity for Resilience Program at Dell Medical School in Austin, Texas; professor of psychiatry at the University of Texas at Austin

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For stress relief, some adults turn to coloring books, painting, or crafts. Add to that: building LEGO structures. Can connecting the little plastic bricks be a form of mindfulness?

Too much stress? Adults turn to LEGOS

For stress relief, some adults turn to coloring books, painting, or crafts. Add to that: building LEGO structures. Can connecting the little plastic bricks be a form of mindfulness?

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