Resilience has been a buzzword during the pandemic, but what if you’re feeling like your resources have run totally dry? As Lockdown 2 drags on to the bitter end, we explore this idea of being resilient, and why it’s actually not massively helpful with how to cope.
From the way that resilience can feel like a blaming term (if you’re not resilient, it’s somehow all your fault, right?), to why we need our environment to support us for feelings of resilience to flourish, in this episode we explore why resilience really isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
Oh, and how when it’s in short supply, it’s very easy to make terrible Netflix film choices…
How to Cope is hosted by writer Becky Howard and psychotherapist Lucy Clyde. You can follow us on Twitter @_beckyhoward @lucysclyde @cope_podcast
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