How Emotionally Resilient are You? | Test Test

 

 

“To cease to know what we feel is to cease to experience what things mean to us.”
[Branden, 1994: 218]

 

You may be familiar with the phrase, ‘bend do not break’, which some say has its origins either in one of Aesop’s fables, ‘The Olive Tree and the Reed’, or from an old Chinese proverb that relates to the capacity of the bamboo to bend and not break, even in the severest of storms.

 

I would be lying (and indeed if you have been a school leader for long enough, you know that I would be lying) if I said you will never face any storms.

 

The storms will come. Sometimes…

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