Monthly Archives: September 2012

Self-Help Programs Must Acknowledge the Elephant in the Room.

The often unmentioned elephant in the room for those of us who are promoting self-help is “How do we effectively help people to actually DO what we know will help them?” And to be frank, “How do we get ourselves … Continue reading

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Our Next Step in Resilience Training

Debbie and I have been devoting all our available time to redesigning our resilience training program with changes that are much more dramatic, and thus time-consuming, than we expected. We are incorporating new scientific findings, but in many ways the … Continue reading

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Try to Remove or Change Your Sources of Stress

Normally onresilience.com is about ways you can become more resistant to stressful demands. That was not always our main focus. There was a time when we placed much more emphasis on changing social and physical environments. Consider the “Demand-Control” model … Continue reading

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