The purpose of this program is to remind all of us, not matter what is happening, there is hope. There must be hope and to never loose hope.
We have constant challenges in our lives and I like to introduce Dr. Lucy Hone, from Christchurch, New Zealand who is an expert on resilience and earned her applied psycholgy degree from the University of Pennsylvania.
Also joining me is Bridget Flynn.
‘Suffering is part of life’ says Dr. Lucy Hone, a resilience reseacher and therapist of Christchurch, NZ
We can be an active participant in the grieving process
We can rise up from adversity
Navigate through tough times
Tough times suffering is part of human existance. It’s sink or swim
Plan on Life getting tougher and tougher, resilience wins!
Loss of life – loss of home/property-earthquakes- loss of money- wild fires- corona virus and more…
Resilience is what gives people the psychololgical strength to cope with stress and hardship. It is the mental reservoir of strength that people are able to call on int ime sof need to carry them through without falling apart.
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Parents can help their children become more empowered individuals by nurturing desirable character traits, such as resilience, perseverance, self-reliance. It must start early and in the family unit.