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The Ability to Bounce Back After Setbacks

How often have we found it difficult to bounce back after failing an exam or a business venture? Most of us tend to focus on our failures and start to develop fear over trying again. This leads to high levels of stress because of stagnation ...
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Emotional Resilience During The COVID-19 Period

Alleviating Singaporeans' Fear And Anxiety When faced with COVID-19 and circuit breaker measures, many non-essential services and businesses closed their doors. Everything has to change, and not only in terms of social norms, but also lifestyle. As a religious place of worship, my organisation continues ...
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Treating trauma during the COVID-19 Pandemic

The ‘Remedy’ is in the Eye of the Beholder We do know that the Pandemic storm will blow over, albeit a longer time to ride out. Most of us have also experienced ‘surviving’ other economic downturns and adverse events. However, what I have been seeing ...
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Having Worries That Are Keeping You Up at Night? 

Many people find it difficult to fall asleep or have a restful night when they have too many things on their minds. Some think about whether they would lose their jobs during times like this, some wonder if they are doing enough to help their ...
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Resilience, However You Look At It

Various terms are used to describe and to nuance resilience. There is, grit, determination, perseverance, bounce-back, flexibility, elasticity, back-bone, spirit, buoyancy, life-force, endurance, etc. These really represent choices. Start out, by knowing that you have at your disposal, an arsenal of ways to deal with ...
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