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Stress is natural.

Stress is natural and can offer you valuable information to improve wellbeing. That good kind of stress is short-lived and can be shaken off with some time and care. You know the other type though; it's ever-present, unrelenting, and doesn't seem fixable. That type of chronic stress ultimately exhausts your system.

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We each have our unique road to resilience, our own pathway to joy. Based on decades of clinical experience, we've created a model of resilience that is both helpful and practical.

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Hosts, Drs. Henry Emmons and Aimee Prasek, bring you the ideal mix of soulful and scientifically sound tools to help you create resilience in mind and body and bring more joy into your life.

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Joy Lab’s unique and powerful program integrates concepts of positive psychology, cognitive behavioral techniques, the science of mindfulness, and the wisdom of one's soul.

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