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"While early childhood professionals are naturally a hardy group of people, we regularly draw on our resilience and strength. If we don't replenish these, we'll burn out. To avoid this, we must continually nurture our resilience." These are the views of Rachel Robertson and Helen Zarba in their article "Getting and Keeping Your Groove: Building Resilience in Adults," which appeared in the Beginnings Professional Development Workshop, Mental Health. In the article the authors laid out a wide range of resilience-building solutions including focusing on "personal perceptions of achievement and ensuring that each person has the opportunity to establish and achieve goals in areas that matter to her." Here are some of their strategies for facilitating achievement:
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