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Building Personal Resilience: Key Concepts & Strategies
Many hundreds of studies show that shadow sides, anxiety, sadness, unwelcome thoughts, and inner critics are part and parcel of being human. What differentiates people with psychological strength is not whether they have these experiences, but rather how they respond to them. Our responses can result in our getting in our own way of being effective, hindering resilience. Here we look at ways we can overcome these barriers.
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