Monthly Archives: December 2012

Resiliency and Depression – Are they linked?

Well, are they? First let’s agree that not everyone who lacks healthy resiliency is depressed. In fact, considerable research indicates that up to 80% of depression sufferers have others in their families that have suffered from the effects of depression. … Continue reading

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Resiliency requires goals – not just New Year’s resolutions.

“If you want to live a happy life, tie it to a goal, not to people or things.” ― Albert Einstein  I’ve been writing about several aspects of resiliency on this blog site, including the need to develop resiliency, plus some … Continue reading

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Resilience: Who are you, at your core? Do you know?

When we are struggling with problems in our lives, not being able to solve them or unable to move on after terrible hurts or reverses, it is often because we do not know our core. What is your core? If … Continue reading

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