Psychological resilience and resiliency are important because the more resilient a person is, the happier a life they will lead. Resiliency is all about how some people seem to bounce back readily from life’s challenges, while others get bogged down in stress, anxiety, and even depression.

So the question then becomes, How does one build resilience? Last week, Psych Central’s Ask the Therapists Daniel J. Tomasulo, Ph.D. & Marie Hartwell-Walker, Ed.D. walked through some basics about resiliency, and this week they take it another step further:

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Video: More on Building Resiliency

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  1. Well, I can’t comment on the content. I dislike watching videos online. Now, if there were a transcript, I’d be very interested to read what these folks have to say on the topic.

  2. I, like Secret Agent Girl, prefer reading material over videos. I find the pace of videos is often slow and becomes boring before complete. I clicked on this one and in less than 2 minutes had totally lost interest. I would be interested in the reading the transcript of the video.

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