Monthly Archives: February 2011

To Increase Your Resilience, Avoid Being Too Hard On Yourself.

In a previous post we described the three core factors that underlie resilience. Mostly we have talked about the first factor. The second factor has to do with: Treating your minor mistakes as awful and catastrophic. Being excessively self-critical. Setting … Continue reading

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Special Announcement of Our Upcoming Program on Resilience Training for Women

Debbie and I will be doing a resilience training program for women under the aegis of Jewish Family Services, Kansas City. The program will consist of five 2hr sessions in March and April, 2011. More information is available on this … Continue reading

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A Case for Resilience Training for Women.

Last year we conducted a resilience training program for women and it was a great experience for us. Focusing on issues of particular interest to women was an eye-opener, even when we were getting most of the information from our … Continue reading

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Stressed or Not , Learning To Be More Resilient Can Enhance Your Life.

Slowly and painfully I have become aware that the term “resilience” seldom rings anybody’s chime. In this post I want to dig beneath the surface to show what improved resilience might mean to you. Some people are dealt a poor … Continue reading

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