Your keys hold profound lessons. Don’t neglect them, because they want to talk to you. ___ You are like a new key. Sometimes you can be sharp, with rough and perfect edges. Sometimes you expect too much and you can be stuck up and rigid. New keys always stick. I don’t know the exact reason…
Amy Oestreicher describes her remarkable journey of healing from trauma.
If you quit, your life is forever defined by the challenge. If you persevere, you are defined by surviving the tough time.
Learning to be resilient may be the ultimate key to happiness and well being, even in the face of adversity and tragedy.
Yesterday Kevin Hall shared about his challenge with Cancer. That was nothing compared to dealing with his bipolar disorder. He tells us why.
You have it because it is human, and normal. The real question is, what are you going to do about it? Hoping it goes away is not the answer. Read on.
Advice from Mike Berry on finding hope when parenting feels hopeless.
A young survivor of the Brussels attacks is teaching humanity to re-think what it means to be Superman, onw viewer at a time.
Denying your resilience, while human, is not helpful. Bill Douglas points the way to what will get you through.
A remarkable human instinct that enables boys to move past trauma and abuse.
Born without legs and given up for adoption, Jennifer Bricker became a world-class aerialist—and got a shocking surprise about her family tree. — Jennifer Bricker dreamed of being a gymnast from a young age. She’d watch the Olympics on TV, following the moves of the U.S. women’s team closely. Dominique Moceanu, the 1996 Gold Medal…
There are always going to be tough times. Those times are likely filled with both Jealousy and Suffering. This will help navigate those times. — Most of us deal with jealousy in some form, and when it comes up, it’s never pretty. It might be jealousy when your girlfriend seems interested in someone else, or…
What behaviors make a person mentally strong or resilient? Emotional intelligence expert Dr. Travis Bradberry has a list.
Divorced dad, Bill Douglas, shares about life in the midst of navigating both challenge and loss. He taps into a little super power to get him through. He shares that with us here.
Being a dad isn’t a right, it’s a privilege. It’s not something you deserve, it’s something you approach with humility. That’s Resilient Parenting. In 2012, I sat in a theater full of future Army Officers and listened to Sam Brown talk about his experience. As I reflect on his talk I realize I’ve learned more…
Louise Thayer reflects on how we move through the difficult process of self-discovery.