Why is it that many of us can have the same experience yet take away very different information, opinions, points of view or understanding? In other words, our perception of the experience is not necessarily consistent with that of others. This is very evident when you listen to someone telling their story of the same experience and you find the explanation to be inconsistent with your version, which is where arguments often begin. Our view of the real-world experience is based on our perception of that experience. This point of view is evident in families, workplaces, communities and especially in the current political space.
Building your resilience in a post Covid world will provide many ongoing challenges and opportunities. Living and working within a positive psychology framework that is utilised around the globe will help you to transform your relationships with family, friends, work colleagues and members of your community. Key to building resilience is understanding the Five Basic Human Needs; this will help you to appreciate how meeting your needs motivates your Behaviour, which focuses on how and why you make need satisfying choices.
I tell this story for the very first time, it is about a young married woman, who I know very well, as I am that woman! At the time of this story, I was working full time running my own successful Registered Training Organisation (RTO). My husband and I had three children, 6yrs, 15yrs & 16yrs at the time. You may well ask why I have not told this story before? The answer is simple the FEAR of STIGMA!
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