Posts Tagged ‘resilience’

By On February 5th, 2017

Bottlers, Brooders & Battlers: How do you deal with negative emotions?

Feeling stuck in a negative emotional state happens to all of us. It is astounding what the mind can get up to: reliving the past, defeating and redundant tapes can play uninterrupted, if we let them. Sometimes we so fiercely need to be right, to believe in a world that is just, we unintentionally block…


By On December 1st, 2016

How to be resilient in difficult times

“How you react to the issue, IS the issue.” ― Habib Sadeghi, Within Difficult times come for us all at some point, right? What makes some individuals better able to cope with life transitions and change than others? After hitting some rough times, myself, recently, I’ve been pondering this question. Often it is in times…


By On April 18th, 2013

Boston: Looking at tragedy from the edge

I lived in Boston for a number of years and have always regarded Boston as my second home after leaving New York City in the 1960’s and now residing in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The recent tragedy at the Boston Marathon brought some issues closer to me as two of my adult children could have been at…

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