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Your Resilient Summer

June 5, 2017
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Eighteen Summers: It’s All We Get, discusses how many summers we get with our kids before they grow up got me thinking, how many summers we all have left, especially as we know them now. Whether it’s our kids leaving, health declining, or interests wavering, summers, like everything else in life all change and end.…

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Lessons from Bali

May 10, 2017
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Bali is a magical place filled with ritual, beauty and challenge. The rice fields are green lush works of art, the temples are intricately designed and beautifully decorated and the beaches are largely undeveloped and uninhabited. In contrast, as a third world country, the water is not drinkable, the sanitation standards are relaxed and most…

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7 Acts of Loving-Kindness

April 6, 2017
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Compassion is practicing loving-kindness toward ourselves and others. It is contagious because when we treat ourselves and others kindly, we can be unexpectedly showered with loving kindness as well. Here are some simple acts of loving-kindness I was fortunate enough to receive during a busy speaking schedule: My client arranged for a late check-out of…

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5 Ways to Sleep Your Way to Resilience

March 9, 2017
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The last month has been a great reminder for just how precious our good health is, after losing our sister-in-law when she collapsed at a graduation party, a yoga student cancelling her Bali trip with us for congestive heart failure, and a dear friend starting chemotherapy for a blood dyscrasia. We really don’t have anything…

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About Diane

As a speaker, author, life coach, nurse, and yoga teacher, Diane brings resilience skills to healthcare organizations in a variety of ways with The Resilience Academy, keynotes, half-day and full-day seminars, 30 day mindfulness challenges, national and international leadership and mindfulness retreats, webinars and coaching.