Learning How to Forgive and Let Go. The Power in Putting the Past Behind.

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryHolding Grudges, Holding TensionForgiveness has been a staple of positive psychology for a long time. The popular proverb, “To err is human; to forgive, divine,” has roots in a poem written by Alexander Pope way back in 1711.

Your Silver Linings (Pocket) Playbook

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience Library. Research links optimism with greater resilience and improved satisfaction in our jobs, our relationships and in life.For example, participants in a study at University of California, Berkeley were asked to complete a set of optimism exercises and goal visualization tasks daily for three weeks.

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Your Silver Linings (Pocket) Playbook

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience Library. Research links optimism with greater resilience and improved satisfaction in our jobs, our relationships and in life.For example, participants in a study at University of California, Berkeley were asked to complete a set of optimism exercises and goal visualization tasks daily for three weeks.

Your Silver Linings (Pocket) Playbook

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience Library. Research links optimism with greater resilience and improved satisfaction in our jobs, our relationships and in life.For example, participants in a study at University of California, Berkeley were asked to complete a set of optimism exercises and goal visualization tasks daily for three weeks.

Keep Excited and Carry On

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience Library How do you approach a situation that makes you anxious? All reported still feeling nervous, but the students who had channeled anxiety into excitement felt more confident, prepared, and capable to speak than the group that tried to calm themselves down. This study is one of many demonstrating that it may be better to reframe stress rather than trying to minimize it.A

Keep Excited and Carry On

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience Library How do you approach a situation that makes you anxious? All reported still feeling nervous, but the students who had channeled anxiety into excitement felt more confident, prepared, and capable to speak than the group that tried to calm themselves down. This study is one of many demonstrating that it may be better to reframe stress rather than trying to minimize it.A

Learning How to Forgive and Let Go. The Power in Putting the Past Behind.

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryHolding Grudges, Holding TensionForgiveness has been a staple of positive psychology for a long time. For example, one study out of Hope College in Michigan found that even the act of imagining holding a grudge can stress us out. The popular proverb, “To err is human; to forgive, divine,” has roots in a poem written by Alexander Pope way back in 1711.

Learning How to Forgive and Let Go. The Power in Putting the Past Behind.

CONCERN: EAP

From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryHolding Grudges, Holding TensionForgiveness has been a staple of positive psychology for a long time. For example, one study out of Hope College in Michigan found that even the act of imagining holding a grudge can stress us out. The popular proverb, “To err is human; to forgive, divine,” has roots in a poem written by Alexander Pope way back in 1711.

Anxiety is natural. It doesn’t have to be second-nature.

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryAnxiety, a form of worry or uneasiness, can be a common reaction to stress. For instance, imagine you turned in a work report to your boss and haven’t heard back. Your boss loved the report but forgot to let you know before sending it upstream. Instead of asking her directly if she had any questions, or needs help, you might think, “What if my boss didn’t like my report?

Anxiety is natural. It doesn’t have to be second-nature.

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryAnxiety, a form of worry or uneasiness, can be a common reaction to stress. For instance, imagine you turned in a work report to your boss and haven’t heard back. Your boss loved the report but forgot to let you know before sending it upstream. Instead of asking her directly if she had any questions, or needs help, you might think, “What if my boss didn’t like my report?

Anxiety is natural. It doesn’t have to be second-nature.

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From the CONCERN: EAP Resilience LibraryAnxiety, a form of worry or uneasiness, can be a common reaction to stress. For instance, imagine you turned in a work report to your boss and haven’t heard back. Your boss loved the report but forgot to let you know before sending it upstream. Instead of asking her directly if she had any questions, or needs help, you might think, “What if my boss didn’t like my report?