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Resilience Training and Our Roots of Resilience Series

Apr 17, 2024

Here's the truth: We are resilient. Even when we can't feel it. As breathing creatures, it's just part of our wiring.

Of course, this natural quality doesn't dismiss the struggles and stress that might seem overwhelming. It also doesn't dismiss the very active nature of resilience. We must practice skills and self-care to recover, sustain, and enhance our resilience. That's where we put a lot of our focus here at Natural Mental Health.

If you're ready to learn more about resilience, then begin with our Roots of Resilience series. The series explores foundational aspects of building resilience and tapping into your joy. We organize those basic aspects into our seven Roots of Resilience. 

When you're ready to take meaningful action to build your resilience, join us in our NMH Community. You'll find resilience and joy-boosting resources to guide and support you. 


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