“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent. It is the one that is most adaptable to change.” - Charles Darwin I hope this program will provide you with helpful tools during this difficult time! Many of us may feel like victims of circumstance at time; however, we still have powerful capabilities for adaptability over which we have control. Over the next week we invite you to learn more about the neuroscience behind emotional regulation, and how everyone can become more resilient during the most challenging situations. In our ever-changing world, resilience is vital for us to survive and even grow through difficulty. We often expect our lives to go in one direction, and then get thrown off course by a job change, an illness, or some other unexpected event – like the spread of the coronavirus. It’s natural to feel unease with the uncertainty that comes along with any radical and abrupt change. But recovering – being resilient – means we are able to quickly adapt, making us better able to leverage change, solve problems, and settle conflict.
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