Resiliency Toolkit
Resiliency Toolkit

Resiliency Toolkit

 

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Ideas usually take time to germinate, so don’t lose hope and stay persistent. Human civilizations weren’t created overnight and the mountains could be calling you to contribute to intergenerational change and wellbeing.

 

Optimizing personal & social resilience, or happiness, doesn’t mean you’ll never experience adversity, but you may have an anchor point to face challenges.

 

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California dreaming! This and other states and territories in North America and other places have faced and worked towards addressing adversity, exuding hope and cheerfulness. Some days you may feel like you are on top of the world, sunning yourself at the coast and other days, you might think you are in the most bottomless chasm. Breathe, slow rhythmical breaths!

 

Participate in Improving Public Safety Seek Out Help Improve Your Balanced Lifestyle Enhance your psychological and cognitive coping skills.
Wash hands regularly for at least 20 seconds.             You can do it – be proactive. If you feel unhappy, remember to find someone with whom to talk. Try eating good mood foods, i.e. fatty fish, oats, leafy green vegetables, brazil nuts, bananas., berries and dark chocolate. These can improve your wellbeing. Test out tools that work for you,  helping you regulate your moods and sense of self.
Exercise physical distancing. You could contact a supervisor, a counsellor, a friend and talk about what you are experiencing. For example, if you feel overawed, anxious, sad, angry, or at an emotional impasse. How well are you hydrating each day? In 2017 the Mayo Clinic wrote you’re your intake should have “About 15.5 cups (3.7 liters) of fluids for men. About 11.5 cups (2.7 liters) of fluids a day for women.” Think optimistically and believe in your capacity to manage routine and novel situations. Remember that you are human and often imperfect.
Be courteous and respectful of others. Turn a negative into a positive by debriefing. Personal troubles, may be, public issues. No person is an island. Develop positive relationships and remember the Desiderata indicated, “Avoid loud and aggressive persons; they are vexatious to the spirit.” If in doubt, breathe and think about the here and now with all of its promises and limitations.
Be compassionate and empathetic. Journey a mile in another person’s shoes. Think about connecting with family, friends, and interest groups online or over the telephone. Keep the dialogue open and positive as much as possible. Chose to be responsible and to develop harmony in your life.
Lend a helping hand! You are not alone! Venture on the undiscovered journey of self and your relationships to enhance your home/work/life balance. In the blockbuster, the “Sound of Music” Julie Andrews sang, “Oh, I must stop these doubts,
All these worries.
If I don’t I  just know I’ll turn back!
I must dream of the things I am seeking.
I am seeking the courage I lack.”Courage may be elusive, and it can be learned and gained through experience.

The Resiliency Toolbox includes some everyday tools and questions, and these appear above. 

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