Monthly Archives: September 2013

Recovery and Adaptation

I think it would be hard for anyone who spent even a few years probing deeply into research on stress to deny that it can really damage a person, both psychologically and physically. Reactions to stress are not just “in … Continue reading

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Why Do So Many Successful People Praise Failure?

Nobody wants to fail, or, worse, BE a failure. Failure is associated with shame, financial ruin, living a harder life, diminished status, not being able to contribute to your family’s resources.… Yet, we often see and hear what appears to … Continue reading

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