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    • Mon, 5 AUG 13Mon, 5 AUG 13 US Army 6th Recruiting BrigadeUS Army 6th Recruiting Brigade Unit Ministry TeamUnit Ministry Team Outrider ShepherdOutrider Shepherd Rap With the ChapRap With the Chap
    • Thanks to Kristi DegnThanks to Kristi Degn Taco BarTaco Bar Café Rio style!Café Rio style!
    •  Published by ThreePublished by Three Rivers Press, New YorkRivers Press, New York  $15.16 hardcover$15.16 hardcover  $14.99 paperback$14.99 paperback  $13.99 Kindle$13.99 Kindle  AuthorsAuthors Karen Reivich, PhD &Karen Reivich, PhD & Andrew Shatte, PhDAndrew Shatte, PhD  321 pages321 pages
    • From Goodreads.com-From Goodreads.com- Average rating: 3.95· 82 ratingsAverage rating: 3.95· 82 ratings Amazon.com ReviewAmazon.com Review In the capable hands of psychologists Karen Reivich andIn the capable hands of psychologists Karen Reivich and Andrew Shatté, resilience is not a Band-Aid or a buzzword. It isAndrew Shatté, resilience is not a Band-Aid or a buzzword. It is a habit of mind.a habit of mind. The Resilience FactorThe Resilience Factor is a practical roadmapis a practical roadmap for navigating unexpected challenges, surprises, and setbacksfor navigating unexpected challenges, surprises, and setbacks at work and home. Their premise--that your thinking styleat work and home. Their premise--that your thinking style determines your resilience--underlies the books promise: youdetermines your resilience--underlies the books promise: you can boost resilience by changing the way you think aboutcan boost resilience by changing the way you think about adversity.adversity.
    • Amazon.com ReviewsAmazon.com Reviews--3.0 out of 5 stars3.0 out of 5 stars andand 1.0 out of 5 stars1.0 out of 5 stars I bought this book because of my interest in the topic ofI bought this book because of my interest in the topic of resilience. Boy, was I disappointed! The authors were allresilience. Boy, was I disappointed! The authors were all over the map, borrowed from everybody on information notover the map, borrowed from everybody on information not even remotely connected to the topic they chose to writeeven remotely connected to the topic they chose to write about. What's more, how anyone can take what they say andabout. What's more, how anyone can take what they say and utilize it in any substantive way is a mystery to me. I've comeutilize it in any substantive way is a mystery to me. I've come to realize that after reading this drivel, they are no greaterto realize that after reading this drivel, they are no greater authority on this topic and the information they espouse isauthority on this topic and the information they espouse is nothing new.nothing new.
    • ““The capability of a strained body to recover itsThe capability of a strained body to recover its size and shape after deformation causedsize and shape after deformation caused especially by compressive stress .”especially by compressive stress .” Merriam-WebsterMerriam-Webster ““The basic strength underpinning all the positiveThe basic strength underpinning all the positive characteristics in a person’s emotional andcharacteristics in a person’s emotional and psychological makeup. A lack of resilience ispsychological makeup. A lack of resilience is the major cause of negative functioning.the major cause of negative functioning. Without resilience there is no courage, noWithout resilience there is no courage, no rationality, no insight. It is the bedrock onrationality, no insight. It is the bedrock on which all else is built.”which all else is built.”
    •  Emotional RegulationEmotional Regulation  Impulse ControlImpulse Control  OptimismOptimism  Causal AnalysisCausal Analysis  EmpathyEmpathy  Self-efficacySelf-efficacy  Reaching OutReaching Out
    •  Learning your ABCs –Learning your ABCs – -identify-identify aadverse situations that lead to negativedverse situations that lead to negative reactionsreactions -identify-identify bbeliefs you hold that lead to negativeeliefs you hold that lead to negative feelingsfeelings -recognize that feelings are the-recognize that feelings are the cconsequences ofonsequences of how we think (and our beliefs) about whathow we think (and our beliefs) about what happens to ushappens to us
    •  Avoiding Thinking TrapsAvoiding Thinking Traps  Detecting IcebergsDetecting Icebergs  Challenging BeliefsChallenging Beliefs  Putting it in PerspectivePutting it in Perspective  Calming and FocusingCalming and Focusing
    •  Real-time ResilienceReal-time Resilience -”A more accurate way of seeing this is…”-”A more accurate way of seeing this is…” -”That’s not true because…” (goal: find more-”That’s not true because…” (goal: find more concrete evidence to base your response)concrete evidence to base your response) -”A more likely outcome is…and I can…to deal-”A more likely outcome is…and I can…to deal with it”with it”
    • Resilience Factor InventoryR 60 questionsResilience Factor InventoryR 60 questions 1=not at all true1=not at all true 2=sometimes or somewhat true2=sometimes or somewhat true 3-moderately true3-moderately true 4=usually true4=usually true 5=very true of me5=very true of me Ex: I am good at shutting out anything that distracts me fromEx: I am good at shutting out anything that distracts me from the task at hand.the task at hand. ____
    •  Marriage-communicationMarriage-communication  Parenting-providing healthy encouragementParenting-providing healthy encouragement  Work-dealing with stressWork-dealing with stress  For Life-adjusting to life’s changes orFor Life-adjusting to life’s changes or unexpected eventsunexpected events
    •  Emotional RegulationEmotional Regulation  Impulse ControlImpulse Control  OptimismOptimism  Causal AnalysisCausal Analysis  EmpathyEmpathy  Self-efficacySelf-efficacy  Reaching OutReaching Out