Sometimes our loved ones are our greatest challenge; one that carries with it a need to succeed. How will you respond?
For a better understanding of BounceBack, view our video on the right-hand side of this page. Continue reading “Let’s Play BounceBack: 01/23/18 – Family/Relationships”
How many real-world applications does BounceBack have?
- Build and reinforce your own resilience skills in order to teach others. Practice individually or with a partner. Play in a group to learn more from one another.
Use: All. Continue reading “BounceBack Applications”
Who’s Exploring BounceBack and What do they have to say?
As feedback comes in, we will post it here. If you have explored BounceBack or our free Downloadable Demonstration Deck, and you have feedback to share please contact us. We’d love to hear from you. Continue reading “Exploring BounceBack”
Entrepreneurship has its’ challenges. Who knew? Organizing and implementing creative ideas is tough
For a better understanding of BounceBack, view our video on the right-hand side of this page. Continue reading “Let’s Play BounceBack: 01/18/18 – Entrepreneur”
Today we celebrate the availability of BounceBack online. These are my thoughts.
A Path to Resilience
I worked in the human/social services field for forty-four years. I tried everything on the menu from non-profits to educational and medical institutions, self-employment, and government service. I was searching for the system that wasn’t flawed and/or broken. There was always something blocking the path to consistently effective service. Lack of funding, lack of staffing. Inadequate training or inconsistent support from co-workers, supervisors and/or the community. And then there are the unexpected (and sometimes tragic) changes that are implemented by unknowing bureaucrats in terms of how much and what type of services they determine necessary. Try as I may I never found the system that wasn’t flawed. Many were in fact broken. Continue reading “Why BounceBack?”
It’s not just personal, it’s financial.
For a better understanding of BounceBack, view our video on the right-hand side of this page. Continue reading “Let’s Play BounceBack: 02/16/18 – Divorce/Finance”
Disability can be difficult whether it is congenital or acquired as a result of illness and/or injury. Some of that difficulty is physical/medical and requires a managed network of providers. That is a set of challenges in and of itself. Other difficulties arise from a poor understanding of the nature of a given disability and what may or may not be necessary to accommodate. Continue reading “Let’s Play BounceBack: 01/11/18 – Disability”
Have you ever ‘dropped the ball?’ I did yesterday. I was so focused on other issues that I did not post “Let’s Play BounceBack”. For that, I wish to apologize. We’ll pick it back up tomorrow. Having said that, it leads me to some thoughts I’d like to share. Continue reading “The Dropped Ball”
Serving the public is challenging in so many ways. Human/social service workers face great challenges that may or may not be understood by all.
For a better understanding of BounceBack, view our video on the right-hand side of this page. Continue reading “Let’s Play Bounceback: 01/04/18 – Civil Servant”
Chronic pain has devastating effects on those who experience it. It can lower one’s financial standing, limit activities of daily living, exhaust social and family supports, and destabilize one’s mental health. And that’s all before an addiction to pain medication enters the picture. Continue reading “Let’s Play BounceBack: 01/02/18 – Chronic Pain”