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    Paula Davis-Laack J.D., M.A.P.P.

    One of the biggest things that influences how you respond to stress and how resilient you become as a result is your perception of the stressor. In order to activate resilience while under stress and pressure, you need to see an event accurately and flexibly. In my work helping people prevent burnout and build stress resilience, three themes consistently surface as barriers to being able to accurately perceive stress and therefore influence success, happiness and resilience: (1) the “I’m too busy” narrativ...

    Master Ugway to Master Shifu: "One often meets one's destiny while on the road taken to avoid it."

    A research article soon to be published in Personality and Individual Differences provides empirical evidence for Master Ugway's wisdom.

    Aspiring for a positive future, as opposed to coping by trying to avoid a negative future, predicts well-being.

    Two key competencies are central to this finding.

    Our daughter's favorite movie is Kung Fu Panda. Needless to say, we've watched it many times. It is a great metaphor for the resear...

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