The headlines read, ” Teens happiest people in Canada” after Reginald Bibby of the University of Lethbridge released his survey report, The Emerging Millennials. The survey is done every four years and involves approximately 4,000 15-to 19-year-olds. It indicates that parents can relieve stress by just realizing some facts about the contentment of our youth. Reginald […]
Wouldn’t you know it? As soon as I made the grand statement in the article Use Your Strengths that identifying your strengths is an “easy and meaningful way to feel on purpose,” O magazine of Oprah Winfrey’s empire publishes a feature called, Everyone Has a Calling. It leads with “There’s The Thing You Do For A Living—And Then There’s The Thing You Were Born To Do.”
Both having fun and increasing your support are resiliency strengthening strategies.
Your body is the vessel of your humanness.
Really, a dream can strengthen resilience? Yep, and here’s why and how.
There are as many ways to journal as there are reasons.
There are exceptions to sex differences but certainly there is evidence of men, like Bob, and women, like Betty, having different humor tendencies.
Resilience in teens protects them from going astray. What happens when youth aren’t stress hardy?
People with high resilience value acknowledgement and use words of recognition.
Words that Change Minds: Mastering the Language of Influence by Shelle Rose Charvet.
The Good Marriage by Judith Wallerstein
Not only is humor a key resilient strengthening tool it has become a hot topic in the world of employment.