“Challenges are what make life interesting. Overcoming them is what makes life meaningful” – Joshua Marine
Resilience isn’t a static state of being but rather a dynamic learning process, and everyone has something to gain no matter what our individual life story is. We can draw on our strengths and build a greater reserve to cope with setbacks and to gain a more positive and optimistic mindset.
Have you ever wondered:
What is resilience and how can I harness it to help me get through my day?
How can I find resilience, even on days when I feel like I have nothing left?
Is there a difference between resilience and grit?
Am I holding onto my emotions too closely and just pushing through difficult situations, rather than experiencing difficult moments and growing from them?
Is resilience more important than happiness?
Resilience helps our hearts and minds renew and restore, which offers our bodies so much possibility for added health and strength. Join us at Yinova Brooklyn Heights on January 29th at 6:30 pm as we discuss the importance of building resilience and learn how to harness that strength with renowned therapist Jan Yaffe.
This discussion will cost $20. Click here to RSVP!
Learn a bit more about Jan Yaffe
Jan Yaffe is a therapist and coach with more than 35 years of experience in private practice working with individuals, couples, and families. She has led numerous support groups and workshops on a variety of health and wellness issues including managing stress, bereavement, illness, infertility, miscarriage, challenges of mid-life, and finding resilience. Jan’s education includes a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Maryland and M.Ed. in Counseling from Boston University. She has pursued postgraduate training in cognitive psychology and mindfulness. Jan strives to help individuals find happiness by shifting old perspectives and discovering new strengths and resilience.