Monthly Archives: October 2011

Resilience Training Can Block Symptoms of Depression and Make You Happier.

In this post we want to introduce you to Dr. Chris Johnstone, a British Medical Doctor whose approach to resilience training is very similar to our own. We see him as a remarkably kindred spirit. There are four videos in … Continue reading

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Use Psychological Contagion To Relieve Distress.

If you don’t do anything else with this post, click here to see a video of a laughing baby. See what reactions you have to it. Many people use alcohol as their preferred way to relieve distress. I recently read … Continue reading

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Stress, Vulnerability, and Living “Whole heartedly”

This post is about an online speech that touches on many aspects of resilience, and it is not easy to reconcile with our view of resilience. Originally our work was on vulnerability, but eventually we shifted to what we saw … Continue reading

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