Resilience Is A Mental Muscle

How resilient we are has a significant impact on our ability to be happy. Life is in perfect balance of times of challenge and support, good and bad, helpful and unhelpful. We can’t stop bad things and bad people from happening, but we can change how we respond to them. You need to think less about what other people think about you, and more about what you think of you. The better you feel about you and your abilities, the less bothered you are about what others think of you. This is the first step in building resilience fitness. Being resilient is being able to change our perception of something if we cannot change it. It is also accepting and tolerating a situation. It builds over time and with experience, it builds every time we choose to respond instead of react. It builds when get better at accepting what happens no matter what it is. Resilience is a mental muscle, it needs to be worked and exercised to grow stronger.

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