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Healing Ourselves; Heals Humanity

Being an emergency management professional, I understand the what is at stake if there is not a clear path forward to achieving mission critical objectives. My videos started as a personal outlet to share my thoughts and ideas. Gradually over time, it has turned into my own online community. I use state-of-the-art technology to edit my work, but I believe that good storytelling is the most important ingredient at the core of creating engaging videos.

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Less Resilience = More Health Problems

When looking at the associations among resilience levels, disease, and mental health, those who scored as less resilient reported a higher prevalence of asthma and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and were also significantly (51%) more likely to report a diagnosis of clinical depression, anxiety disorder, PTSD, bipolar disorder, ADHD, OCD, or an eating disorder.

~ Everyday Health Group, Oct 11, 2019


Americans Lack Resilence

"In July of 2020, the Cigna Resilience Index was used to conduct one of the largest assessments of resilience ever done in the U.S. The survey reached 5,000 parents, 5,000 of their children, 1,500 young adults, and 5,000 workers. Sadly, just over 60% of those surveyed reported few of the personal qualities and social supports we know make people resilient during a crisis. The results suggest that Americans of all ages are at risk of mental and physical health problems."

~Michael Ungar Ph. D., Pyschology Today, Sept. 29 2020


The Ability to Bounce Back

Research suggests, "Resilient Individuals Use Postive Emotions to Bounce Back From Negative Emotional Experiences".

~Michele M. Tugade and Barbara L. Frederickson


Overestimate their Own Resilience

According to analysis of data collected via The State of Resilience, "The majority of Americans overestimated their own resilience — by a lot. In fact, 83 percent of Americans polled thought they had high levels of mental and emotional resilience, when in fact 57 percent scored as resilient. Why is this important? Because growing research shows higher levels of resilience are directly related to better outcomes when living through a crisis, managing chronic disease and chronic pain, and improving emotional and physical health."

~Maureen Connolly, Editor in Chief, Everyday Health Group, Dec. 17 2020

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