Just asked in a pandemic of mental toughness. Psychologists describe with the word resilience is the ability to cope with crises, a return to their own forces and experiences and to use them for the development of the own personality. The psychotherapist Christa Diegelmann has been for years, municipal employees courses. Because the right way to deal with the demands of everyday life, prevents depression, and the infamous Burnout.
correspondent of the Rhein-Main-Zeitung for the Rheingau-Taunus-Kreis and Wiesbaden.F. A. Z. Twitter
The Fasanerie was for the Wiesbaden and the visitors a place of recreation and health, as the state capital, took to the Park in front of more than 100 years in their care. Currently, he is in demand as rare, because not a few citizens from the Region to spend the holiday at home, the children, but engaged and wanting to be entertained. Visit the Fasanerie is, therefore, in the case of many on the program.
There, visitors will encounter now in many Places on "energy stations" that will help to draw in the Park a new motor. The Fasanerie was important for the Recreational, and a bridge between man and nature, said Councilwoman Till-Charlotte Reinhardt at the official opening of the 14 previously completed stations. A further four are planned to follow this year, and even then this may not be the end of it. Park Director Ute Kilian wants, for example, even a tree house for adults.
"future table" and "meeting chair"
The usable resilience stations are intended to serve as an energy fuel to guard against Stress and disease. A wobbly bridge, which aims to bring mindfulness and Serenity close to, but also a balancing course, when it comes to personal responsibility and to recognize the own borders.
There are also mats, a "future table", a rope swing and a "meeting-chair", which is intended for the maintenance of social relationships hanging. In a bird's nest made of willow rods, we want visitors to be able to security and safety feel. And there is a blue "door of good intentions" for the return to everyday life.
the majority of The stations have been built in a community action of around 150 employees of the green area office in the autumn of last year and over the Winter completed. Gabriele Wolter, the head of the green area office, praised their employees for this commitment. Thus, the sustainable values that had been created"". Because of the Corona pandemic, the official opening had been postponed again and again. Planner Monika Fiby expected that such resilience stations soon to school, and to see in other Parks or Zoos are going to be.Updated Date: 12 August 2020, 12:20