Would you describe yourself as a resilient person?
Resilience is about a persons capacity to recover from shitty situations, to be able to “spring back into shape” no matter what life throws at you.
What helps make someone resilient?
- resilient peeps have a realistic awareness of self
- they’re adaptable
- they’re optimistic
- they’re pragmatic
- the ability to be autonomous
- they’re connected to others
- they have self-compassion
There’s always going to be challenging shit that comes at us in life. The older we get the more stuff we’ve had to bounce back from.
What I notice is that resilient people are more likely to use self-care tools and do things that help them heal rather than just move on.
I also created a freebie to help you release past baggage here.
WHAT HELPS BUILD RESILIENCE?
- healing your body and mind – try counselling, coaching, energy work like Reiki and Kinesiology
- focus on getting a good sleep routine
- releasing past baggage
- strengthen your connection to others
- make self-care a priority
- take care of your body
- know your limits
- be assertive and know when to say no
- practice mindfulness and self development
- align your life with your purpose
- set goals and take inspired action
- gravitate away from toxic people, places and situations
- embrace positive thinking
- learn from your past
I’d love to hear from you – what do you think makes you (and keeps you) a resilient person?
Share with me the tools that help you release the baggage in your past.
I have a whole topic on resilience and how to build it within yourself in my online coaching program, From Surviving To Thriving.
Catcha on the flip side, with less baggage,