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How Cognitive Dissonance Affects Our COVID-19 Decisions: A Psychologist Explains

6 signs of loneliness: how to stay connected during COVID 19 We’re often hesitant to admit we’re lonely because of the stigma associated with loneliness — that it’s somehow our … Continue reading

27/08/2020 · Leave a comment

11 Tips to Build Emotional Resilience

Pandemic puts countries’ resilience to the test The pandemic has forced companies and governments to relearn some basic lessons. In this case, the three “Rs” are resilience, reshoring and repurposing. … Continue reading

04/08/2020 · Leave a comment

Agencies Should Turn to AI Before Disaster Strikes: Report

Report: Agencies Should Turn to AI Before Disaster Strikes NASA-funded researchers applied artificial intelligence to Facebook user location data captured as two fires wrecked northern California in 2018 and gained … Continue reading

22/07/2020 · Leave a comment

When life gives you lemons – what we can learn about resilience

Finding Resilience During Covid-19 Situation As the entire world is working hard towards fighting the coronavirus pandemic, millions of lives are affected due to the lockdown and economic slowdown situation. … Continue reading

06/07/2020 · Leave a comment

The Truth About Flood Risk Can Worsen American Inequality

  The Truth About Flood Risk Can Worsen American Inequality Before these individual property scores were available, there was no easy way for your average homeowner or buyer to understand … Continue reading

03/07/2020 · Leave a comment

Build your network to boost resilience in times of change

Build your network to boost resilience in times of change The world is changing so fast. It’s as if the ground is shifting and the wave is building and either … Continue reading

26/06/2020 · Leave a comment

Covid-19 Resilience Survey 2: Two-thirds of insurance staff are not keen to return to the office

15 Things Therapists Do When They’re Worried About The Future We turn to therapists to help us navigate life and the difficult situations that come up. And although they may … Continue reading

12/06/2020 · Leave a comment

Resilience the Most Significant Lesson From Pandemic

  Monocultural Resilience At the end of the ongoing global melodrama’s first quarter, it seems reasonable to predict that this will be a two-act play with the final curtain coming … Continue reading

11/06/2020 · Leave a comment

The Biggest Psychological Experiment in History Is Running Now

The Authentic Leader’s Role In Organizational Resilience And Citizenship Like most leadership coaches, I begin each client session with a check-in, inquiring how things have been since our last meeting. … Continue reading

10/06/2020 · Leave a comment

Good Business Processes Are Key to Resilience During Disruption

How Permaculture can Build Resilience and Meet Basic Needs During a Pandemic As COVID-19 spreads, people are showing a growing interest in permaculture principles and techniques to heal their lives, … Continue reading

07/06/2020 · Leave a comment

Want to Build Better Resiliency? Try These Easy Mental Shifts

The Italian Chinatown that can teach us about resilience In mid-February, when the supposed first coronavirus patient was registered in Lombardy, Prato had already been the subject of public debate … Continue reading

06/06/2020 · Leave a comment

Psychological Trauma Is the Next Crisis for Coronavirus Health Workers

Cities face 100 million ‘new poor’ in post-pandemic world: experts bout 100 million people living in cities worldwide will likely fall into poverty due to the coronavirus pandemic, urban experts … Continue reading

03/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Resilience Is Not Just a Buzzword

Building resilient cities, a post-coronavirus necessity Some economists and social scientists believe that should not be returned to the current dense life because large cities are more vulnerable to viruses … Continue reading

30/04/2020 · Leave a comment

6 Tangible Ways To Remain Emotionally Resilient During The Coronavirus

  Coronavirus and climate disasters: Small vulnerable countries face dual threat The widespread destruction wreaked by Tropical Cyclone Harold in several Pacific countries just days ago has been nothing short … Continue reading

26/04/2020 · Leave a comment

How the Economy Will Look After the Coronavirus Pandemic

Risk and Resilience in the Days of the Coronavirus Pandemic Today, an interest in the period of history known as the Great Depression is revived under conditions of a plague-like … Continue reading

19/04/2020 · Leave a comment

Self-Compassion Practices to Deepen Your Resilience

We’re Not Ready for This Kind of Grief According to my mother, there are two unique forms of grief that everyone touched by war understands. There’s the grief associated with … Continue reading

18/04/2020 · Leave a comment

Many responders in emotional distress one year after hurricane in Puerto Rico, study finds

The Guardian view on a Covid-19 government: failing to do the job Coronavirus is a disaster that we should have been prepared for, because it was expected. In 2015, the … Continue reading

16/04/2020 · Leave a comment

Pandemic hurts ability of nations to face natural disasters

The Pandemic Will Change Everything The pre-Socratic philosopher Heraclitus once famously wrote, “Change is the only constant in life.” Sometimes it is slow and gradual. Sometimes it comes in the … Continue reading

10/04/2020 · Leave a comment

In Houston, Coronavirus Tests A City Known For Its Resilience

  Fears for wildlife recovery after bushfires as coronavirus crisis stymies scientists’ fieldwork Scientists are being forced to shut down or scale back fieldwork to assess the impact of last … Continue reading

09/04/2020 · Leave a comment

Hope and resilience

Resilience can defeat virus, experts say Many of us have already lost or fear losing our jobs, others have fallen sick and some have even died. Everyone has been dislocated … Continue reading

04/04/2020 · Leave a comment

How To Build Your Leadership Resiliency!

How Resilience Hubs in cities could help coronavirus response COVID-19 is quickly exposing countries’ fragile social fabric. As individuals struggle to stay afloat, a lack of healthcare, childcare, living wages, … Continue reading

02/04/2020 · Leave a comment

COVID-19 Puts Our Resilience to the Test

  Lessons learned from Hurricane Katrina: Some populations at higher risk during COVID-19 pandemic Michael Zakour, professor of social work at West Virginia University, lived through Hurricane Katrina and studied … Continue reading

21/03/2020 · Leave a comment

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