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Conversations about the art and science of thriving in a turbulent world. We'll hear people talk about how they've overcome life's challenges, and talk to experts helping individuals and organizations prepare for the unexpected. NOTE: Resilience Radio is on summer break through Labor Day. Please take this opportunity to listen to some of our archived shows!

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Trauma can come from many places--war, abuse, accident, events, etc.--and lead to symptoms such as flashbacks, guilt, hyper-vigilance, emotional distancing, and irritability. David Bothe, a holistic healer and founder of Hope & Haven Initiative,... more

Lt. Colonel (retired) Jim Chambers joined the Army in 1969, and served as a Ranger in Vietnam. He started racing sailboats nearly 20 years ago; he and his boat SnowFox have won more trophies than he can count. Jim and I will talk... more

Rod Goelz loved being a cop. But injuries from an airplane crash ended his law-enforcement career, so he moved into the corporate world--where he survived downsizings, reorganizations, and a brain tumor. When people asked him how... more

Among the many kinds of adversities people can face, one of the most challenging is a chronic illness. I'm delighted to have Cindy Coney, author of The Wild Woman's Guide to Living with Chronic Illness, as today's guest. Cindy was... more

In the first episode of Resilience Radio, my colleague Jacqueline interviews me, asking questions about what resilience is, why it's important, and whether/how people can develop resilience. You'll also hear a little about my forthcoming... more

In this brief introductory clip, meet Dr. Linda Hoopes, host of Resilience Radio, and learn more about what's coming in future broadcasts.

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