Willpower is necessary to reach goals. Yet we can experience willpower fatigue. Read how the research helped me maximize my limited amount of willpower.
There are many advantages to volunteering for teens. In Canada Craig and Marc Kielburger provide prime examples of those benefits.
Aging isn’t for sissies or the humorless. Tips on resilient aging and how to grow older with a healthy and playful attitude.
Brene Brown shares her own struggle, confusion and journey of seeking a sense of belonging. She shares how she felt a sense of loneliness and disconnect.
The boomer retirement wave is upon us. Yet many retirees, anticipating longer, healthier lives, are re-imagining retired life where work plays a major role.
Shame researcher, Brené Brown, laid the ground work of who to avoid when we need to share our story. But what are the signs of a compassionate friend?
Knowing if you are a connector, maven or salesperson can strengthen your resilience. Where do you fit in Malcolm Gladwell’s descriptions that create tipping points?
Neil Pasricha has followed up his best selling books, The Book of Awesome and The Happiness Equation with the resiliency-focused, You Are Awesome: How to Navigate Change, Wrestle with Failure, and Live an Intentional Life. I am not quite sure why his staff contacted me with an offer of a pre-launch copy of You Are […]
Both parents and adult children can discover how to mend or improve their relationship. Cut-off, conflict, and misunderstandings can be minimized.
1. If you participate in negative gossip, ask yourself what is really going on for you. Do you feel jealous, resentful or superior? Does it give you a sense of belonging? What is the payoff for participating? Then find a healthy way to meet your need.
Family stress is inevitable but overwhelm is not. Put some of these ideas into action to help you and your family thrive.
Although, at times, those with high resilience feel nervous, they are typically immune to feeling high anxiety. For others, full blown panic attacks can not only be frightening and exhausting but debilitating.