Emotional Resilience

Attitude and Outlook

We all have different tolerance levels in regards to stress at different times. 

Our mood is often thought of in terms regarding cause and effect, which is often externalised; regarding the impact of something, or someone. 

This happens when we focus on someone or something that has put us in a bad mood; a negative frame of mind.

 Fortunately, we have a choice to manage the way we feel irrespective of the situation we find ourselves in. We can positively affect our mood and our emotional state by pro-actively ensuring that we do not disempower ourselves by beliefs that we hold that are limiting our progression. 


We can self-regulate and build our levels of optimism and hope.

It is important to remember that it is not unusual for perceived adverse situations to achieve a positive outcome.

We can also choose to remember to focus on the positive things that have been accomplished in our lives. 

We can question our thinking and repeat positive patterns of behaviour to keep stress in a moderate motivating place. 


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