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It's one thing to have a positive mindset when there's no turmoil and life is chugging along at the status quo. But when something like a health crisis sweeps the nation, threatening your practice, patients' health, and basic sources of happiness, it's a lot harder to dredge up positive emotions and feelings. And guess what? That's OK. So the question is, how can you cultivate a resilient mindset to help get you through tough times in a healthy and constructive way, and turn stress into strength on the other side?

Here are some strategies to consider.

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