Lack Of Sense of Belonging
…your client’s biggest ache
A thought-leading relationship authority John Eldridge says, “Within each of us there is a deep intrinsic desire to belong”. It is a primal link somewhere in our memory to our need for survival.
To be an outsider is like being sentenced to death. To be shunned is the worst form of abuse, just as solitary confinement is to break prisoners.
We are all aware of the cruelty of middle, high school, and community cliques that exist. The terrifying power of psychological harassment. Cruel schoolmates, workmates, and bosses. Are you the top salesperson? Are you the best looking person? Do you fit in? Do you get asked out on the guys’ golf trip? Are you in or are you out?
As humans, we are created to belong, to be part of something, to have a role to play, and share life with others. We are supposed to feel “in.”
Experts now tell us that living in relationship with others contributes more to our well-being than exercise and nutrition. Yes, people may drive us crazy sometimes, but we still need each other. You may be born an introvert and need time to replenish your soul in solitude, but you still require others. Social scientists tell us that loneliness is the 21st-century pandemic, with 42% of North Americans experiencing it, which is a direct link to stress.
As healthcare practitioners, therefore, it becomes our duty to help people we heal, recover emotionally as well. And it can be done by building resilience. Resilience is woven deeply into the fabric of every person and resilience training helps them become aware of their innate abilities.
The Resilient Mind project calls upon alternative healthcare providers like naturopaths, chiropractors, acupuncturists etc., as you are suitably positioned to become resilience training outlets across Canada.
Resilience Training by The Resilient Mind Project
The Resilient Mind project aims to train people to reduce stress using the 8 traits of resilience. We particularly emphasize on the trait that is learning to establish deeper, more meaningful relationships. Through a 10-week group-based training, The Resilient Mind project, which is Canada’s only clinically validated program, works to change neuropathways in how people think, feel and desire.
Developed by a team of though leading academics, clinical professions and former ministers of health, The Resilient Mind project is making advanced neuro, social and behavioral science affordable and accessible to all.
Become a Resilience Training clinic
Help spark a resilience revolution and add a new stream of clients to your practice.
To find out how you can be a part of this noble cause and also help your clinic and clients thrive, book a live 15-minute online presentation here.
You can also contact us by writing to us on email@example.com
Let us work towards building a more resilient Canada…..one mind at a time!
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