emotional resilience

Hunt the Mammoth

In 2012, before we launched Stress to Strength we spent the year doing extensive online research to find out who was our true demographic and target market audience.

We were seeking the online demographic as well as the group who would be interested in studying to be either a Stress Management Practitioner or a Stress Management Facilitator.

Our third group to find were those individuals who wanted to attend in-class Stress Management training courses to learn tools and strategies, so… Continue reading

Developing Resilience to Change Your Life

Yesterday I spent the day hearing and absorbing many sad and remarkable stories of the experiences of a cross section of health care practitioners from around Australia. I attended the Second National Conference of the Health Professionals Australia Reform Association in Melbourne. The presenters were practitioners in private practice as well as some consulting and working in hospitals. They were from numerous health care disciplines in medicine, allied health care, nurses and Professors in Medical Schools from around the country.… Continue reading

Artificial Over-Stimulation

Today, fatigue is an extremely commonly reported symptom that people state that they are suffering from. Fatigue is a subjective feeling of tiredness which is distinct from weakness, and has a gradual onset.

The University of Western Australia says fatigue refers to mental or physical exhaustion that stops a person from being able to function normally. It is more than simply feeling tired or drowsy. Fatigue is caused by prolonged periods of physical and/or mental exertion without enough time to… Continue reading

Five Habits For Developing Emotional Resilience

Developing emotional resilience is a key to having the capacity to handle stress in any form and at any time in your life.Channeling stress into a positive energy can radically improve your performance and creativity, making you brighter and quicker. This is crucial in the short and the long term to build strong, lasting relationships with those around you, while managing your own stress in a healthy manner.

Here are five key habits that are identifiable with a person who… Continue reading

Valentine’s Day … Testing Emotional Resilience

I trust you had a special Valentine’s Day that was filled with love and joy and you have some fond memories to treasure.

At 5pm on Tuesday I had an appointment at the Optometrist in a large local Shopping Mall. On leaving the office my mobile became the number for incoming callers.

As I pulled up in the Mall parking lot at 4.50pm my phone rang and the caller was Lesley. She was inquiring about enrolling in our Certificate IV… Continue reading

The Power of Emotional Resilience

When you are living in a constant state of over stress or distress, your life can end abruptly unless you take massive action. Engaging your amazing power of emotional resilience, can be life-saving. Even in the grimmest of situations, a shift in your perspective can create a dramatic change in your well being.

Many years ago, not long after visiting the former German concentration camp of Auschwitz in Poland I read a riveting story of survival created by one man’s… Continue reading

Build Emotional Resilience

Emotional resilience is simply defined as a person’s ability to adapt to stressful situations or crises. More resilient people can “roll with the punches” and adapt to adversity without lasting difficulties, while less resilient people have a harder time adapting to stress in their personal life and work environment.

Resilient people are more often action oriented and don’t give up easily. Usually, if they are not succeeding,they are prepared to look at a different approach to get the outcome they… Continue reading

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