1. Make it a priority each day to be aware of what wears down your body – such as stress or anger – and take it seriously and do what is in your own power to reduce it.
2. Use the beginning and the end of each day to replenish yourself. Upon waking, find a feeling of calm strength inside and establish your intentions for the day. As you head toward sleep, disengage from any stressful activities and reflect on one more more things that help put you at ease.
Hardwiring Calm Strength:
An experiential practice from Rick Hanson
The Importance of Learning, an excerpt from Resilient
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