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How to be Our Best Self in Times of Crisis

ISBN: 9781847309754
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Helps the reader to understand the body's reaction to crisis and how the physiological response impacts our ways of thinking, often for long periods of time.
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Crises can be defined as any changes in our circumstances that affect us deeply. They can vary from marriage or divorce to birth and death. Some we choose but many - like the Covid-19 pandemic - are chosen for us.

How to Be Our Best Self in Times of Crisis helps the reader to understand the body's reaction to crisis and how the physiological response impacts our ways of thinking, often for long periods of time. By recognising the severe impact a crisis can have on our physical bodies, we learn to appreciate the importance of developing the skills to slow down and rest to allow for necessary repair and regeneration. This book guides us through this process of repair and regeneration in a holistic way, beginning with acceptance.

A crisis may be painful but we become our best selves by actively engaging with the new possibilities it offers instead of withdrawing from the world

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Crises can be defined as any changes in our circumstances that affect us deeply. They can vary from marriage or divorce to birth and death. Some we choose but many - like the Covid-19 pandemic - are chosen for us.

How to Be Our Best Self in Times of Crisis helps the reader to understand the body's reaction to crisis and how the physiological response impacts our ways of thinking, often for long periods of time. By recognising the severe impact a crisis can have on our physical bodies, we learn to appreciate the importance of developing the skills to slow down and rest to allow for necessary repair and regeneration. This book guides us through this process of repair and regeneration in a holistic way, beginning with acceptance.

A crisis may be painful but we become our best selves by actively engaging with the new possibilities it offers instead of withdrawing from the world