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28 Days of Resilience: All You Need to Know About Your Innate Ability to Bounce Back

28 Days Series, Volume 1
Narrated by: Vivienne Edgecombe
Length: 1 hr and 29 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To

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Have you ever wondered what resilience is and where it really comes from? Would you like to be able to take for granted that you are resilient and that you already have everything you need to navigate the twists and turns in life's path? 

We all have our challenges and blind spots, events, or situations in our life that look like the cause of the feelings of stress or feeling less than resilient. When we resolve a simple misunderstanding about what resilience really is and where those feelings of stress are really coming from, we can experience the freedom of understanding that our resilience is constant and limitless and something we can rely on. 

If you're open to the possibility that you can struggle less and have more ease, grace, and enjoyment in your life, then join me for 28 Days of Resilience. We'll explore the truth about the nature of being human and the resilience that's innate in all of us. In this day and age where we're told we have to deal with stress to become more resilient and that there's little hope for recovery from burnout and depression, this guide will give you a new perspective, and a new paradigm, in the understanding of the mind that shows us that being resilient is the nature of human beings.

©2018 Vivienne Edgecombe (P)2018 Vivienne Edgecombe

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  • 04-18-18

Fantastically insightful

Fantastic book. I had so much insight listening to each chapter, I would urge anyone looking in the direction of the three principles to read it

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