Most people would agree that practicing meditation is good for you. It helps to reduce stress and anxiety, builds focus and concentration, and improves creative thinking. But how does practicing meditation physiologically change what’s going on inside of you, impacting your emotional, spiritual, and mental wellbeing? Take a look at what the recent studies are [...]
Are you taking care of yourself? Good self-care and lifestyle balance is vital for humanitarian aid workers to stay resilient in the midst of challenging work. When we are immersed in our work and caught in the busyness of every day life, we can begin to neglect the activities that sustain us most. It might be [...]
What helps to build your resilience? There’s good news….and bad news. Watch our latest video from Dr. Don Bosch to find out more!
Among the many stories associated with last week’s tragedy in Boston were accounts of those directly involved on the scene at the time of the bombings. A friend relayed the following story told to her by a Boston priest she knew. The first explosion stunned the priest watching the marathon from the nearby church steeple. [...]
For the many of us who love Boston, the news of yesterday’s disaster was heart-breaking. Disaster in any form leaves a gaping hole. We are linked in such a way that loss is always born and carried by a community, whether a small or a large one. Man-made disasters are especially insidious for the way [...]
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Watch our latest video and listen to what Dr. Don Bosch has to say about stress! Take a look.
A couple weeks ago I wrote a blog post about risk taking, and what we’ve learned from a skateboarder and a Hollywood stuntman. Their perspectives helped us to think about how to manage and assess risk for ourselves and how these insights might shape the way we help aid workers and organizations prepare for high-risk [...]
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