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104 Results for “Post-traumatic growth”

Health, Illness & Injury

The New Year is a time for hope, even after tragedy

By Gabby Giffords & Mark Kelly
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Creating a new normal after 9/11

By Denise Olsen
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Grief & Loss

Paying homage to my dad on Father’s Day

By Abby Fabiaschi
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Health, Illness & Injury

Finding new appreciation for Mother's Day after illness

By Jennifer Holmstoen Lee
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The Power of Believing that You Can Improve VIDEO – Option B

Developmental psychologist Carol Dweck explains how kids who embrace effort and difficulty learn to take on challenges. They use a growth mindset—the idea that we can grow our brain’s capacity to learn and to solve problems. Learn about this influential field of psychology, and the power of believing that you can improve.

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The Mindset Kit

The Mindset Kit by PERTS provides tools for teachers, parents, and mentors to help kids develop a growth mindset and a sense of belonging.

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Building Resilient Families with Tamara Afifi – Option B

For more than two decades, Tamara Afifi, professor of interpersonal health communication at the University of California, Santa Barbara, has studied how families communicate with one another in stressful situations. Divorce or extreme financial hardship can be damaging for families, but there are ways to overcome these challenges—and even treat adversity as an opportunity for growth.

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Overcoming the Effects of Incarceration

Incarceration can be traumatic and stigmatizing, both for those who serve time and for their families. Here you can connect with other people who understand what you're going through.

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Health, Illness & Injury

“Art helps me go to safe places.”

By Clyde R. Horn
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Health, Illness & Injury

Remembering with my mom, through her Alzheimer’s

By Heather Oglesby
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