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6th December, 2022

How to Know if You’re Being ‘Resilience Victim Blamed’

With Rachel Morris

Dr Rachel Morris

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What is your first thought when you think of the word ‘resilience’? For many professionals and organisations, this means becoming superhuman — someone who can do anything despite the stress, heavy workload, and emotions. Not only is this perspective wrong, but it’s also impossible!

We’re all human. So why do we expect perfection?

In this episode, Rachel dives into the concept of resilience victim blaming and how you’re led to think it’s your fault when you can’t perform superhuman standards. Resilience is about choices and shifting how you respond to situations. You have a choice, even if you don’t think so now. In fact, you may even need to make tough decisions for the sake of your well-being.

If you want to know how to become more resilient and prioritise choices for your welfare, stay tuned to this episode.

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Reasons to listen

  1. Understand the true meaning of resilience.
  2. Discover how to thrive in your workplace and take back control of your life.
  3. Overcome learned helplessness by choosing for yourself.

Episode highlights

00:29

How Time Affects Well-Being

03:39

You Can’t Wait Around for Systemic Change

04:52

How to Thrive in the Workplace

07:00

The Choice to Overcome Learned Helplessness

11:06

How to Prioritise

Episode transcript

Rachel Morris: This is a You Are Not A Frog Quick Dip, a tiny taster of the kinds of things we talk about on our full podcast episodes. I’ve chosen today’s topic to give you a helpful boost in the time it takes to have a cup of tea, so you can return to whatever else you’re up to feeling energised and inspired. For more tools, tips and insights to help you thrive at work, don’t forget to subscribe to You Are Not A Frog wherever you get your podcasts. When I first started teaching well-being and resilience, I went…

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