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5 More Tips for Building Resilience

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More Tips for Building Resilience

Following on from our last blog "5 Tips for Building Resilience" we thought you may find these further tips useful too.

1. Build a positive view of yourself

Developing a sense of confidence in your ability to solve problems and trusting your instincts helps build resilience. The more you do it, the better and stronger it becomes.

2. Keep things in perspective

Even when you’re facing the most painful of events, try to consider it in a broader context and keep mindful of the long-term. Try to avoid blowing the event out of proportion and letting it consume you.

3. Keep a hopeful outlook

Keeping an optimistic outlook allows you to expect that good things will happen in your life. Try visualising what you want, rather than worrying about the things you fear.

4. Take care of yourself

It may seem silly, but you need to pay attention to your own needs and feelings. Taking care of yourself helps to keep your mind and body primed to deal with situations that require resilience.

5. Have goals

Have some realistic goals and view even the smallest accomplishment as a move towards achieving your goal. Rather than focusing on tasks that seem unattainable, ask yourself, “What’s one thing I know I can accomplish today that helps me move in the direction I want to go?” and do it!

There are a few other ways you can help build resilience, such as writing down your thoughts and feelings, meditating, and volunteering at groups such as a PTA, local council, care home etc.

The key to building your resilience is to identify the ways that are likely to work for you and then focussing on them. We run a great workshop on building resilience, if you’d like to find out more then get in touch.

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