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5 Ways to Become More Resilient

Bob Miglani | Posted 06.18.2014 | Healthy Living
Bob Miglani

All of us have something we've learned to do that makes us special. It doesn't matter if others can do it -- what matters is that we have capabilities. Pointing that out to ourselves feeds our mind seeds of strength that will blossom into the flowers of resiliency.

Getting Unstuck Along the Way

Jean-Paul Bedard | Posted 05.17.2014 | Healthy Living
Jean-Paul Bedard

Sometimes the hardest thing to do is the easiest thing to do. For me, it comes down to quieting the mind by emptying the mind of distractions. I remind myself that solutions appear in the moment when I'm grounded and attuned to what I most need to hear or discover.

When Your Sense of Security Is Gone

Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis | Posted 05.04.2014 | Religion
Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis

When you experience something so traumatizing, so hard, something so unbelievably difficult, something that takes your control from you: how do you then get it back?

In the Dark, Again and Again

Lewis Milford | Posted 04.09.2014 | Green
Lewis Milford

What this should tell us is that we haven't learned enough from Hurricane Sandy. Storms happen. Trees go down, and the utilities can't provide power. It's the same old same old.

End of Infrastructure as We Know It

Neil B. Chambers | Posted 03.24.2014 | Green
Neil B. Chambers

You know what's sexy? Nature. But listening to engineers, political figures and advocates, we can't focus on just how sexy it is. They are screaming at us that America's infrastructure is falling apart and if we don't fix it we will be marooned on the sands of missed opportunity.

Timebanking: Building Trust and Abundance

Sarah Leone | Posted 03.17.2014 | Hawaii
Sarah Leone

For the past three years, I have done what I love: Teach my community how to cultivate urban soils for food production and continually educate myself ...

A Mother's Resilient Heart

Michelle Renee | Posted 02.01.2014 | Parents
Michelle Renee

Every parent who has a child with a life altering disease probably get's exactly what a moment like that feels like. But here is what I know now. I know that in those moments cleansing is happening in my soul. I know now that purging all that could have been or what I thought would be is actually a good thing.

10 Ways To Cultivate Inner Strength

Dr. Karin Luise | Posted 01.23.2014 | Healthy Living
Dr. Karin Luise

Since part of survival is accepting that you cannot change outside circumstances or people, it is imperative to accept and feel empowered by the realization that you can transform yourself. It's a super power.

What Veterans And Their Families Can Teach America About Keeping Calm And Carrying On

Vivian Greentree | Posted 01.23.2014 | Hawaii
Vivian Greentree

Between the uncertainties, the separation from family and friends, and the very real threat of imminent danger, the day-to-day challenges facing military servicemembers and their families are unparalleled. And yet, despite the stress levels, men and women continue to volunteer to serve; a decision that is usually supported by their families. Are they like superheroes, preternaturally disposed to keep calm and carry on? Or do they know some tricks and secrets to cope with the constant anxiety and the high-stress situations?

The Chicago Marathon That Changed My Life: Stories Left Behind Must Be Shared

Todd Kestin | Posted 01.23.2014 | Chicago
Todd Kestin

Look around you and you'll see adolescents and young adults who look to you to learn how you rise above the flood. To take your tools into their own arsenal. To build on your experiences.

Resiliency Lessons from Abraham

Rabbi Robyn Fryer Bodzin | Posted 01.23.2014 | Religion
Rabbi Robyn Fryer Bodzin

Abraham experienced multiple traumas that included suffering and pain and sorrow. As we are all his children, then that means that we must accept that our lives will also include pain and suffering and sorrow. To be Jewish means to suffer and to stay Jewish is to be resilient. We are not let in on God's master plan.

Chin Up, Class of 2026!

Carissa K | Posted 10.01.2013 | Parents
Carissa K

Parents and children and true friends, we continue to be always interwoven... strengthening the durability of each other and adding layers of richness and beauty to one another by being a part of each other's history and tales.

Reviving our City

Rabbi Robyn Fryer Bodzin | Posted 08.14.2013 | New York
Rabbi Robyn Fryer Bodzin

When Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast in the fall, faith leaders rose to the challenge of attempting to provide basic needs -- not only for our own congregants but for the greater community as well.

Extreme Resiliency: Indulge Your Playful Spirit

Michelle Renee | Posted 08.14.2013 | Healthy Living
Michelle Renee

To be resilient we have to be connected to that voice inside of us that says stop and notice what is in front of you and all around you that is good and beautiful and pure.

Resilient Power -- A New Business Case for Clean Energy

Lewis Milford | Posted 07.31.2013 | Green
Lewis Milford

You don't have to be an environmentalist to buy or invest in clean energy. You should do that if you simply want to keep your lights on during the next storm.

WATCH: The 3 Ways We Handle Pressure

Brian C. Johnson | Posted 04.03.2013 | Healthy Living
Brian C. Johnson

It's time to strengthen ourselves and move from being fragile to being robust to being antifragile. As Nassim Taleb tells us: "Wind extinguishes a candle and energizes the fire."

The Coca-Cola Company and Resilience

Muhtar Kent | Posted 03.29.2013 | Business
Muhtar Kent

History has shown us, time and again, that the world's most resilient organizations are those that do more than just prepare for change and turbulence. Instead, they see -- and seize -- opportunity in the eye of the storm.

Are You Willing to Ride the Start-up Rollercoaster?

Julie Kantor | Posted 03.27.2013 | Small Business
Julie Kantor

Learning for future successes and challenges -- it's up to you. Are you willing to step into that car alone or again with some awesome advisers and partners?

New Year's Resolution: I Will Become a Positive Thinker

Dr. Tian Dayton | Posted 03.02.2013 | Healthy Living
Dr. Tian Dayton

Is happiness a choice, or a fleeting experience that occurs only when all our stars are all perfectly aligned? Can we lose happiness as easily as we find it, or are there attitudes we can adopt that will counter feelings of pessimism and help us to build a stronger, more resilient self?

Once Upon a Time

Vicki Abeles | Posted 02.10.2013 | Parents
Vicki Abeles

The more-is-better, bigger-is-better mentality begins to inform every decision, leaving students with full schedules and sleep deprivation in the name of "achievement" and "results."

Can We Really Stand Up to Mother Nature?

Dr. Michael Finkelstein | Posted 01.20.2013 | Healthy Living
Dr. Michael Finkelstein

Mother nature is begging us to show her kindness and humility and surrender our will. We must learn from these events and not become harder, prouder and more detached, continuing our indifferent consumption of limited resources, building more homes by the rising sea.

How Unplugging Can Help You Climb Your Emotional Mountains

Michelle Renee | Posted 01.01.2013 | Healthy Living
Michelle Renee

Climbing a mountain physically is not that much different than climbing emotional mountains or overcoming obstacles in our life that come in all shapes and sizes. If we are listening to someone else's music, how can we hear the beat of our own heart, our own drum, our own feet carrying us forward?

Masking Emotions and Extreme Behavior

Michelle Renee | Posted 12.18.2012 | Women
Michelle Renee

Until we unmask ourselves and love all of who we are, we can't really experience extreme resiliency or live a resilient life.

What Does It Mean To Be Resilient?

Kripalu | Posted 12.08.2012 | Healthy Living

In this video, Kripalu Healthy Living faculty member Maria Sirois, PsyD, shares her wisdom on the topic of resiliency and suggests ways to cultivate it in your daily life. Are you resilient? What does it mean to you to be flexible?

Are You Resilient? One Woman's Ability To Bounce Back

Meryl Hartstein | Posted 11.26.2012 | Healthy Living
Meryl Hartstein

Through my life, the one strength that I could always rely on was my ability to bounce back. Not just a little bounce that you would see with a rubber ball, but a huge super-ball kind of bounce. For every adversity, I would become more and more resilient.