Category: Resiliency

The Fallout From Mental Health Stigma

  “The Fallout From Mental Health Stigma” by Sonia Devine What is Stigma? Stigma is the use of stereotypes and labels when describing someone, and it is often attached to people who suffer from mental health issues. We don’t fully understand how the brain works yet, but one thing we DO know is that it … Read More

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How To Remove Obstacles And Find A New Beginning

Obstacles. If you’re trying to improve your personal life without success, consider looking at what might be standing in your way. Maybe you spend too much time with the wrong people, or you’re constantly running away from your problems. Here are some things you should stop doing right now to live your best life. Stop … Read More

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My Baby Died: How Do I Go On?

How do I, how do you go on when the most devastating thing that one can imagine, happens? There are many people who will simply not celebrate Christmas this year, another year perhaps. This story was shared before on a previous Daughters of Sheba Blog. However, it is shared again today to help someone, anyone, … Read More

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Trauma And Transformation – A Psychologist On Why Difficult Experiences Can Radically Change Us

“Trauma and transformation – a psychologist on why difficult experiences can radically change us,” by Steve Taylor, Leeds Beckett University It’s human instinct to avoid suffering and try to make life as comfortable and easy as possible. But paradoxically, a great deal of research has shown that suffering and trauma can have positive long-term effects. … Read More

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Thought Distortions Part 2: You Are Not Always Right

Thought Distortions, let us talk some more about them. The primary cause of unhappiness is never the situation, but your thoughts about it. Be aware of the thoughts you are thinking. ― Eckhart Tolle Thought Distortions: Being Right They can also include: Always Being Right We are continually on trial to prove that our opinions and … Read More

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Self-Discovery – When Was The Last Time You Went On The Mission?

Self-Discovery. People often learn something about themselves and may find that they have grown in some respect as a result of their struggle with loss and grief. People who have experienced BIGStuff loss and grief often have reported better relationships. They also have a greater sense of self-confidence even while feeling vulnerable. An increased sense of self-worth, … Read More

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Is Your Workforce Resilient? Here Are Some Tips To Make It So

Workforce resiliency – what is that? Resiliency is defined as, “Our capacity to bounce back.” I define it as “Our capacity to increase the quality of our experience and the outcomes.” Creating and maintaining a resilient workforce takes vision, mission, diligence and resources. In a world of work that is experiencing global competition, key issues include: … Read More

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