Resistance is essentially stress inoculation. It refers to the ability of an individual, group, organization, or even an entire population to resist manifestations of clinical distress, impairment, or dysfunction associated with critical incidents, terrorism, and even mass disasters. Resistance is a form of psychological/behavioral immunity to distress and dysfunction.
The second is resilience. According to Dr. George Bonanno, resilience is a naturally-occurring tool most people have always had in their psychological lockers, which is enhanced or weakened by experience and circumstances. In a nutshell, resilience is the power to overcome adversity, trauma, and low self-esteem and to be strengthened.
My friend, trauma survivor, and fellow author Danielle Bernock says, “To be resilient is the ability to thrive instead of being traumatized.”
5 Tips for Dealing with Trauma
Tip # 1 – Supervise your self-talk.
Tip # 2 – Stop comparing yourself to others.
Tip#3 – Stretch your limiting beliefs.
Tip # 4 – Build up others.
Tip# 5 – Get help.
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Upcoming Events with John
Feb 26th - Dealing with Anxiety - Sunday, February 26th @ Grace Church 9:00 and 10:30 am. Church is located @ 6901 San Antonio NE, ABQ. This is a public event
March 3rd and 5th - Marriage and Family Conference - Evangel Christian Center 4901 Montgomery Blvd NE, here is the link. This is a public event.
March 25th - Book Signing - Bibles Plus 2740 Wyoming NE Times TBA
April 1st - Mental Health for Church Security Teams - Private event