Monthly Archives: November 2010

Touch Enhances Health and Well-Being

…a pediatrician named Henry Bakwin took charge of the pediatric ward at Bellevue hospital. When Bakwin took command of the ward, there was a sign on its door saying that no one was to enter unless they had scrubbed twice. … Continue reading

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Natural Stress Defeaters

…it is important that you clearly identify the resilience procedures you want to try, set up some sort of cuing system to make sure it comes to mind, and make any needed arrangements so that you can implement the technique … Continue reading

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Why a Blog On Resilience?

“Antonovsky’s studies led him to conclude that: there is enough stress in this world to make any and all of us get sick. looking at variations in stress was not a smart approach for anyone interested in predicting who would … Continue reading

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Why Building Resilience Is Better Than Controlling Stress.

“People who do well in life don’t do so by arranging for it to be stress free or even close to that. If your source of stress is something you can change, you should change it. But, even after removing … Continue reading

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