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18 Lessons (27m)
    • 1. Introduction to the Resilience Class

      2:40
    • 2. Stresses and Strains of Life

      1:10
    • 3. Reactions to Adversity and Stress

      1:35
    • 4. When Stress Takes Over

      1:11
    • 5. Putting Resilience to Use (Coping)

      1:03
    • 6. The Role of Risk

      1:10
    • 7. Too Little or Too Much Challenge

      2:08
    • 8. Comfort Zone

      0:54
    • 9. Resilience is a Metaphor

      1:20
    • 10. Resilience is Contextual

      1:42
    • 11. Constructing Resilience

      0:43
    • 12. Anti Fragility

      1:34
    • 13. Resilience is a Mind Set

      1:04
    • 14. The Resilience Engine

      2:19
    • 15. Increasing Levels of Resilience

      1:09
    • 16. Energy Levels and Resilience

      1:50
    • 17. The Body's Reaction to Adversity

      1:31
    • 18. The Neuroscience of Resilience

      1:38

About This Class

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Everyone has to cope with the stresses and strains of everyday life.  Challenges and changes are constant.  Some of these involve a degree of risk, while some may be crises or emergencies that demand your immediate attention. Your reaction depends upon your level of resilience. 

This class looks in detail at your resilience when you experience a setback and what process you go through as you develop your resilience and make a comeback.  It covers why you react in the way that you do and how you can manage yourself and others through a series of hints and tips and action strategies.

Understanding your own response will help you to understand what other people go through as they are experiencing change.  This will enable to you support to them more appropriately and effectively.