Resilience is defined in Webster’s dictionary as the ability to become strong, healthy, or successful again after something bad happens. The good news is that anyone can add daily practices that will foster an ability to be resilient. We can add habits to our life that allow us to function and even eventually thrive after storms and struggles come our way.
One can explore all kinds of practices in an effort to build resilience. If these concept are new, try not to feel overwhelmed. Feel free to start small and build new habits over time. The featured videos and articles include practices known to boost resilience: belief, acts of kindness, social support, and healthy habits.
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Powerful TED talk by Harvard Professor, Shawn Achor, about bringing happiness to this side of the "cognitive horizon."
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