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The physical dimension is about eating, sleeping, and moving! Make sure that you nourish your body with healthy food, find time to rest, and move your body regularly in the way that feels right for you.



Every individual needs people in their lives that they can depend on emotionally to share thoughts, feelings, and fears with, and those who you can depend on for things, like a ride to the doctor. Be sure to set aside time to invest in yourself and your relationships - you can't pour from an empty cup.



There's no question about it, life is hard, but when we set realistic expectations for ourselves, try our best to adopt a growth mindset, and challenge irrational beliefs and negative thought patterns, we are better able to navigate the challenges of life.




There are many ways to practice the spiritual dimension of resilience such as having a strongly rooted faith perspective - knowing that God is with you -and practicing gratitude. Spiritual practices can look different for everyone.


Life Skills

Life skills are habits or practices that help to reduce stress, manage resources, and minimize some roadblocks along the journey. In the RISE Program, the three Life Skills we focus on include financial management, time management, and technology management.




There are several ways to serve. These acts can be on a macro or micro level.  You have an opportunity to enhance the condition of another person's life, the environment, or the world!