Resilience can be defined as the ability to survive through harsh conditions and being able to push through those conditions while striving to achieve goals.

Being able to bounce back from stressful situations is hugely important for one’s overall physical and emotional well-being.

Some of the factors that can help someone become more resilient include:

    • Striving to be more positive and optimistic about situations
    • Looking at difficulties in the past as a learning experience for the future
    • Learning how to best regulate one’s emotions

Here are some helpful resources to help become more resilient in life:

The Relationship Between Resilience and Mental Health

Click here to learn more about the characteristics of resilient people, the negative implications of too much resilience, and how to foster a healthy, resilient workforce.

Mindset for Success: Strategies for Simple Shifts for Positive Change

Mindset is a great predictor of our attitude and happiness, and there are multiple schools of thought when it comes to explaining how mindset works. Learn more about mindset frameworks, tips and tricks for shifting your mindset, and resources to help create a mindset that supports a happy, healthy life.

Correcting Three Myths About Managing Stress Management

Stress is universal and now more than ever people are looking for stress management techniques that work for them. We can’t eliminate all our stress but we can practice different types of stress management so we can manage and reduce stress to build resilience. False impressions about stress can sabotage our efforts to manage stress. Click here to read the three myths below to avoid these stress management pitfalls.