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Are Women More Resilient Than Men?

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Using the term “Take Charge!” can sound simple, but even if you catch yourself and intercept drama a few times a day, that’s a lot of vitality you will save. The power to “Take Charge” comes from your authentic self and putting your heart into it, not just saying the words. Once you connect with the power of “Take Charge”, it can be used in many ways to stop other energy-sapping habits and establish habits that revitalize your system and add to your resilience reservoir.

Resilience is at the top of a must-have list for women (and men) to effectively deal with today’s overload, time constraints, health and financial worries, and unexpected challenges. There are many ways you can build mental, emotional and physical resilience. Practicing these two proven resilience tips daily will help you build resilience capacity fast.


To learn more on this subject, we invite you to read an article about how Resilience Picks You Up and Keeps You Going.

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Deborah, from HeartMath

Deborah Rozman, Ph.D., is President and CEO of the for-profit Quantum Intech Inc (dba HeartMath Inc.) Deborah has been deeply committed to awareness development and personal growth for 40 years. Deborah is co-author with Doc Childre of Transforming Anger, Transforming Stress, Transforming Anxiety, Transforming Depression and Stopping Emotional Eating.


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6:13PM PDT on Jun 9, 2012

yes we def are

4:39AM PDT on Apr 18, 2012

I think men and women are both resilient in different ways.

2:41PM PDT on Mar 29, 2012

Yes we are.

6:35PM PDT on Mar 25, 2012

Resilience is idiosyncratic and influenced by a lot of factors in relation to time etc.

2:20PM PDT on Mar 21, 2012


9:30PM PDT on Mar 20, 2012

I have to agree with Dot B.

4:53PM PDT on Mar 20, 2012

I don't know whether women or men are more resilient, I think we both have had our share of troubles to smooth over and hurdles to jump. But I like your tips. Thank you.

2:42PM PDT on Mar 18, 2012

If a man follows these tips, would it make a difference in the next battle to become the more resilient sex? (Or can men and women just support one another?)

10:52AM PDT on Mar 12, 2012

Male bashing should be no part of feminism.

7:26AM PST on Mar 10, 2012


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