John Arden: The Science Behind Emotional Resilience

January 26, 2015 at 12:01 pm Leave a comment

We often break the topic of “Resilience” down into 3 categories: financial, physical and emotional. The first two are much more tangible and more frequently and easily discussed. But it’s the last that likely matters most.

No matter how large your bank account or how well-stocked your homestead, no one can be completely prepared for every potential eventuality. And nothing ever goes 100% according to plan. In the times when it doesn’t, it’s our emotional fortitude that determines how well we fare.

As we often observe: it’s not the specific insult that determines our fate. It’s our reaction to it.

A Chris Martenson Peak Prosperity podcast.

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Entry filed under: Health/Wellness, How-To, Resilience.

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