Let’s be Internet friends. ūüôā

12273042_10153163629120824_2012251707_nThe Internet and Earth in general can be pretty cold and lonely sometimes. I try to subvert that trend by cultivating love and kindness and community and other good stuff like that.

I highly recommend joining the Refine The Mind Discussion Group.¬†That’s going to be the fastest way you can start interacting with the thoughtful, wonderful, caring people in the RTM community.

Unfortunately I’m quite overwhelmed by the¬†volume of messages I receive these days across ~20 inboxes on different platforms. Because of this, I’m simply not able to respond to all of the messages I receive. I do make a serious effort to read every¬†message I receive¬†eventually¬†and to reply to those who ask for a response, though it can take a very long time.

If you need urgent help with something, please, please don’t rely on a quick reply from me. And if you’re going through difficult psychological territory, please know that I am not a counselor or therapist. Please seek professional help if you¬†need it; there are so many amazing people out there waiting to help you right now.¬†

Here are some places you can connect with me or message me, in order of how often I visit them:

Places to connect or message me:

      • My Twitter¬†(currently taking an extended break from Twitter)
      • Email:¬†jordan@refinethemind.com
      • My Facebook¬†(currently taking an extended break from Facebook)

You can also subscribe to my newsletter to get my best essays and ideas in your inbox. When you subscribe, I’ll send you my free eBook on how to live¬†a freer, more fulfilling life:

Places for connecting where I am less likely to see messages: