Musings …

There is a growing body of research on how resilience—the process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats or significant sources of stress—is actually a life skill that helps people persevere and become healthy and well. In fact, a recent Harvard health blog about resilience called it a “mind-body medicine that reduces the need for health care.” And happily, research has also found that resilience can be taught, learned and cultivated—it is not something that only the lucky or the brave possess.

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