Resilience, Recovery and Growth
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE FACTORS INVOLVED IN RESILIENCE, RECOVERY AND GROWTH
-- Updated October 7, 2010 --
Welcome to Dr. Sterling's Resilience Web Page!
The mission of this page is to provide you with information and resources for understanding resilience. Recovery and growth depend a lot on our ability to "bounce back" or "bounce forward."
Links to Resilience Articles and Web Sites.
Here are a few links to get you started on thinking more about resilience.
The Hippocampus -- Small but Important Part of Human Brain.
You can read about the hippocampus, a small, horseshoe-shaped part of our brain that is very important to moods and memory at the Hippocampus.us Web site. The hippocampus, like many other parts of the human brain, can be very resilient and regrow and repair itself.
Links to Web Sites and Articles on Recovery.
Here are some links to help you understand more about the concept of recovery and how it may apply to your life's circumstances and challenges.
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