Family Resilience

Family Resilience

You may like to check out my webinar on Family Resilience, or, The Resiliency Program. What Is Family Resilience? The concept of family resilience refers to the family as a functional system, impacted by highly stressful events and social contexts, and in turn, facilitating the positive adaptation of all members and strengthening the family unit.

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What Is Resilience And Why Is Resilience Important? (2024)

Why Is Resilience Important?

Welcome to blog ‘Why Is Resilience Important?’ What Is Resilience? Research acknowledges that resilience is influenced by various factors, encompassing individual traits, environmental conditions, and a learned capacity honed through experience. While the ability to rebound from life’s challenges is undeniably a crucial aspect of resilience, it can manifest in diverse, adaptive ways that challenge

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The Impact Of Adverse Childhood Events (ACEs)

Adverse Childhood Events

What Are Adverse Childhood Events (ACEs)? Studies are increasingly identifying that our early life experiences are important when it comes to our health throughout life. Individuals who have adverse childhood events tend to have more physical and mental health problems as adults than do those who do not have ACEs and ultimately greater premature mortality.

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What Causes Restless Leg Syndrome?

Restless Leg Syndrome

What Is Restless Leg Syndrome? Restless leg syndrome (RLS) is a common sensorimotor disorder characterised by an urge to move, and associated with uncomfortable sensations in the legs (limbs). Evidence from case reports and cross-sectional studies suggests that antidepressants may induce or worsen restless legs syndrome, and there is an association with migraines. An association

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Mental Resilience and Longevity

Mental Resilience And Longevity

Mental Resilience and Longevity “Mental resilience connotes the ability to adapt positively to adversity.” You may like to check out the section of my website dedicated to resilience here. Your ability to adapt to change is based upon the flexibility and capability of your mental resilience. In a study looking to find the relationship between

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What Is Spiritual Resilience?

Spiritual Resilience

Spiritual Resilience The ability to sustain an individual’s sense of self and purpose through a set of beliefs, principles or values So first we need to know what our values are. You can download a values list from my shop, click here (don’t worry, it’s free!). Once we have established what our values are we

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Self-complexity And Resilience

Self-complexity And Resilience

Self-complexity And Resilience In my previous post I discussed some barriers to Resilience. In this post I actually want to discuss a topic that has been discussed in the research to potentially enhance, but also possibly reduce our resilience – self-complexity and resilience. What does self-complexity mean? Identifying with yourself, through a variety of means. For example

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Barriers To Resilience

Barriers to resilience

Barriers To Resilience There is an easy way to structure our thinking around health and dis-ease….what do I need to add more of, and, what do I need to remove (reduce) in order to heal? According to Najjia Mahmoud, and, David Rothenberger who authored the paper ‘From Burnout To Well-being: A focus on resilience’ the

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Resilience

Resilience

Resilience, one of the most important terms in health and, certainly until recently is a term not discussed enough – not with any specificity anyway. Ultimately, when we are seeking improvement in our health, at some level, we are talking about improving our resilience. But a deeper understanding of the term may help us create

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