Articles Tagged: resiliency

Carolyn Phelps, Ph.D

FORGIVENESS

November 10, 2014

In case you were wondering, when I said in the intro to last week’s show that I had been “truly transformed” by the conversation that I had with Don and Mary Streufert, I meant it. It wasn’t a “this will sound good for TV” kind of thing. I am not that kind of girl. Since [...]

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Carolyn Phelps, Ph.D

HOW THE COWARDLY LION GOT HIS COURAGE

November 3, 2014

“Do one thing every day that scares you.” That is a quote from Eleanor Roosevelt, a woman who OBVIOUSLY knew a thing or two about resilience. And by that she did not mean drive without your seat belt. (Yes. They had seat belts back then. Professor Google states they were invented in the early 18th [...]

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Carolyn Phelps, Ph.D

Preventing Suicide

October 13, 2014

Finally! We got permission from Suicide Prevention experts – to use the P-word:  PREVENTION! And from a suicide loss survivor we were given permission to use the word PREVENTION without guilt. Most suicides are preventable and prevented: that is the message. That doesn’t mean that we should be satisfied with “most.” Ask any suicide loss [...]

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