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couple. It was an amazing, healing experi- ence,” reflects Huffman. Forgiveness—whether for others or our-


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an easy place to start. “Resilient people don’t try to avoid


stress, but learn how to manage and master it,” says Southwick. “Mindfulness medita- tion requires practice, but through it, you can learn to regulate emotions and relax the nervous system.” Eckhoff practices mindfulness several


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changes to strengthen our resilience muscles. “Success builds success and failure builds failure, so do something you know you can accomplish and build on that,” she counsels. Writing can also be a good coping tool,


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