Learning to cope and adapt can really manage your stress level. But not all of us know how to do it. And that leads to even more stress. Fortunately, according to Yale psychiatrist Dr. Southwick, co-author of the new book,Resilience: The Science of Mastering Life’s Greatest Challenges, it is now possible for virtually anyone to become more resilient by following a set of principles and guidelines that are based on recent advances in psychological, biological and social research. Developing these skills can improve overall health and help to prevent stress-related medical and psychiatric illness.
To learn what these skills are, Spry Blogs – How to Be Resilient