The Resilient Way – Be Compassionate

The Resilient Way – Be Compassionate

The dictionary describes ‘compassion’ as having sympathy, pity and/or concern for the sufferings or misfortunes of others. The Resilient Way is to be compassionate, not just for others but for yourself too. Compassionate Strength Being compassionate is a strength not...

The Resilient Way – Do Something Different

The Resilient Way – Do Something Different

‘The Resilient Way’ to change, is to do something different. If you always do what you've always done, you will always get what you've always got. You know this to be true, right? But still you keep on using the same methods and strategies! Use Your Strengths One of...

The Resilient Way – Be Lucky

The Resilient Way – Be Lucky

Do you think you are lucky? Whether you do or not may make a huge difference to whether you experience luck in your life. Feeling Lucky and The Resilient Way Although being lucky may seem to be a random event, research shows that actually luck is frequently a result...

The Resilient Way- Act As If

The Resilient Way- Act As If

When you feel out of sorts, worried/sad/anxious/frustrated/annoyed/lacking in confidence etc., instead of focusing on how you don’t want to feel, The Resilient Way is to act ‘As If’ you already feel the way you’d prefer. The  Essential First Step The first step is the...

The Resilient Way – Write About it

The Resilient Way – Write About it

The Resilient Way – Write About it Bad news, bad memories, feeling upset? Then, write about it! Why? Because this is the resilient way to cope that not only improves your psychological, emotional health but your physical health too! Personal Example Last year I had...