Don't Worry Blog: Resilience
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Building resilience strengthens your self-esteem and develops a deep sense of lasting self-confidence.
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Sometimes old memories keep coming back to haunt us. They can spoil our lives. We believe we are bad. But there are effective ways to feel better.
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Resilience training is about gradually change your attitudes from verging on the rigid towards more flexible, so that you can adapt, no matter what.
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How to become resilient
Every day, make a note of a few things, three maybe, that you enjoyed or that went well, or indeed did not turn out to be the disaster you predicted. Writing them down can help.
Then think about why it happened. Was it a happy coincidence? Was it because you took some action - made a phone call, for example, or took the plunge into something you have been avoiding maybe.
Then consider how you feel about this good thing. Why do you value it? What does it tell you? And next, how can you get more of it?When things are enjoyable, then why not give yourself some more? If something worked, then do it again.Rather than dwell on all the problems in our lives, which just make us feel bad, this technique helps us to get things in perspective, by getting as much benefit as we can from the good things that we experience.
Rather than dwelling on our problems, resilience training helps us to get things in perspective.
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This shouldn't happen to me? Why not? Sadly the world is not set up for our personal ease. That won't change, but we can change our response.
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