Health & Fitness
S3:E33. The One Who Never Lost That Magical Thinking
"I would get in those sessions with people and then I would focus in, focus on them, and I just felt transported. So that's when I began to know, boy there's really something about taking what's happening with you and rather than just sort of collapsing. So, I think both gratitude and giving to others are some of the best ways that you can really heal and also feel that sense of resilience within." - Cheryl Krauter, Psychotherapist, Author and Speaker
• "It's meaningful to feel like no matter what's happening, I don't have to collapse"
• "I think vulnerability is a superpower and people that can be in their own vulnerability are remarkably resilient"
• "I encourage people never to lose magical thinking...to keep that sense of wonder and curiosity"
Video podcast interview: youtu.be/62hUktkMZKE
Follow Cheryl: www.cherylkrauter.com
Article in Authority Magazine featuring Cheryl: medium.com/authority-magazine/rising-through-resilience-cheryl-krauter-on-the-five-things-you-can-do-to-become-more-resilient-648053ef97c8
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