Monday, January 25, 2021

Tag: Resilience

If You Mess Up, Fess Up

  The reward for the of becoming a person of integrity is that we begin to live a life of harmony. There has been...

What Is Your Response Style to Change?

How do you respond to change? I assumed people’s response to the significant change we’re all facing now would be pretty uniform, but I have...

The Elements of Resilience

Resilience is defined as the psychological capacity to adapt to stressful circumstances and to bounce back from adverse events. Resilience is considered a process...

A Recipe for Resilience

  When I received the confirmation that my patients on the psychiatric unit would not be returning due to the COVID-19 virus, the prospect of...

Why We Seek Closure

Suppose you go through a painful breakup. There are different ways to frame what’s happened. You can view the entire relationship as a failure...

Managing Attention and Learning From a Pandemic

Herbert Simon once stated that is the scarcest of economic resources. Recent events would seem to prove him right. The world has been...

Crisis-Management, A Ancient-Style

The belief that we can control our feelings by controlling our thoughts is both the most simple and also the most radical premise on...

Sitting on My Couch, I Find My Ruby Slippers

Every seven years, a crisis blows into my life, launching me into a queasy tailspin. Usually when the storms hit, I fight them, flailing...

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2 Behaviors that Promote Mental Health Stigma at Work

  Can't you just stop? Americans are more likely to have a mental challenge than they are to skip breakfast. Census data indicates a third...

Why Sleep Is the Clean-Up Crew for Your Brain

More than good old fashioned beauty ! Although our brains comprise only 2 percent of our overall body weight, they consume roughly 20 percent of our...

Let Waiting and Boredom Be Your Guide

Waiting and boredom have been the bugbears of my life. Maybe yours too. I hate them both. It’s been a surprise just how wildly...

Thank goodness that’s over: preferring our pains to be past

Recent research from the Centre for Time at the University of Sydney undermines a widely held assumption that our preferences about the temporal location...
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