Everyday Health: Why it may be the most important thing you can do for your well-being right now.
Everyday Health partnered with The Ohio State University to understand Americans' resilience and its connection to our physical and emotional health. Though it may seem as if we had a window into the future during the fall of 2019 when we spoke to some of the country’s top resilience researchers, we promise that was not the case. In addition to the experts, we also talked to people living — and thriving — with incredible challenges, including mental illness, physical disabilities, stage 4 cancer, trauma, death of a family member, and loss of a loved one by suicide. We wanted to know: Is resilience at the core of their ability to cope and thrive? The answer was overwhelmingly "Yes." READ MORE
(Source: Everyday Health, 12/17/2020)