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Take a look at how oysters, butterflies and muscles relate to building your resilience through Challenges in this month's newsletter.

Learn how Optimism is connected to resilience by helping us expect the best possible outcome, maximize the impact of positive events and minimize the impact of negative events.

Learn about self-compassion, how to build it for adults and kids, and why you should!

Build mental strength by breaking bad habits in the new year. Amy Morin, author of 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do, gives us a list of what to avoid. How many habits do you need to break in 2021 to build resilience and mental strength?

Resilience expert and pediatrician Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg shares about the greatest gift we can give to children. Read on to see if you know what it is....

Read on to learn about the greatness of gratitude, and how it connects to building resilience.

October is National Bullying Prevention month throughout America. At Lutheran Counseling Services, we are joining with schools, parents, and kids to bring awareness to this issue, and to take steps to stop and prevent it.

The basics of building resilience. To understand human behavior and mental health, we often have to go back to basics.... Brain basics.

The 4th R? Resilience!
In education, we hear of reading, writing and arithmetic, but you could also propose a 4th “r”: Resilience!

Returning to “normal”
Many children have experienced a lot of changes over the past few months (as have their parents and caregivers!) and are preparing to return to school or other routines. Read on for some things for parents, teachers and other caregivers to keep in mind about how children may respond to these changes.