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Six Skillful Ways to Deal with Disaster

(It’s completely a coincidence, but remarkable timing, that my article below was posted by the Greater Good Science Center at the University of California, Berkeley, in time for me to re-post on 9/11. May these tools prove useful to you and yours.) How do you stay resilient and resourceful when disasters threaten to swamp your boat?  […]


I recently recorded excerpts and exercises from Bouncing Back: Rewiring Your Brain for Maximum Resilience and Well-Being, to be uploaded to my website to be freely and easily downloaded by folks who prefer learning by listening. The project brought me through some very steep learning curves and, sometimes, doing many scary things a day. One […]

Look Up

So many folks have forwarded me this link to Look Up, a witty, charming, provocative “rap” on social media. (Give them your love, don’t give them your “like.”) It’s a brief 5 minute video by Gary Turk that will make your day; 36 million views as of this post, and counting. The resource for recovering […]

We ARE Wired to Connect

Serendipitously, a friend sent me the story and photo below just as I was writing this month’s e-newsletter Social: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Connect. Yes, our brains are wired to connect. Enjoy the poignancy of this story. Twin girls, Brielle and Kyrie, were born 12 weeks ahead of their due date. Needing intensive […]

Waking Up, Alive

Recovering resilience brings us immediately and often through the most difficult of human experiences – loss, betrayal, despair – to the recovery of possibilities, choices, and hope. Richard Heckler’s Waking Up, Alive is a deeply compassionate chronicle of that existential journey for those who have attempted suicide and, with hard work and perseverance, found their […]

Laughter Around the World

(I had the privilege of teaching at the Yoga for Peace Symposium at the Sivananda Ashram-Bahamas two weeks ago, sharing the weekend with Joshua Goldstein, author of Winning the War on War: The Decline of Armed Conflict Worldwide, and Moshe Cohen, founder of Clowns without Borders, USA. The resource for recovering resilience this week is […]

What Is This Thing Called Love?

(Barbara Fredrickson, author of Love 2.0 (see 10-17-13 RRR post: Love Affects Everything We Do, Think, Feel, and Become) offers the following new look at love. May her research discoveries open your mind and eyes as well as your heart.) What Is This Thing Called Love?: A Whole New Way of Looking at It By […]

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