How to develop emotional resilience – Part 1

Emotional resilience is a way to bounce back to a positive mindset from an upsetting situation. Developing ‘Emotional resilience’ has been one of the most challenging yet satisfying exercises of my life. Stress was the most regular denominator that would plague me day after day over just one thing that didn’t go as per my expectation. It’s easy to say that don’t have any expectations to avoid disappointments. But how many people can actually do that successfully?

After doing a lot of research in science, spirituality, and psychiatry, I found 13 reasons why unsettling things can happen in our lives and how to manage our emotions in such a way so that we are not stressed for longer periods of time. We cannot avoid unexpected events upsetting us. But we can learn how to bounce back from it quickly. In part one of this video, I discuss the tools I use to manage my stress which could help you too. In the upcoming parts, I will share the 13 reasons in each part in greater detail.

Drop a ‘Yes’ if this video resonated with you. Share it with someone who needs to see this.


Why do negative patterns repeat in your life?

There was a time in the past when I often wondered why I attract the same kind of negative circumstances in my life. It’s as if I noticed a pattern repeating itself and I felt frustrated, angry, and helpless because I didn’t know how to change it. For you, it could look like changing a job only to find the same kind of nonsense repeating in the new job you joined. Or it could look like you are getting attracted to the same type of romantic partner who leaves you feeling broken.

The best part is you don’t have to go through what I did without knowing how to stop it. Here’s the link to the free podcast where I share how to replace a negative belief responsible for the repeating patterns with a positive one:

#patterns #dejavu #limitingbeliefs #intentionalliving #selfawareness #discoveryourself #selfawarenessjourney #selfdiscoveryjourney #selfawarenessiskey #rediscoveryourself #selfimprovement #mindset #lifeguidance #connectwithyourself #wfh #corporate #explore #9to5 #relatable #office #work #millenials #worklife #selfdiscovery #lifecoach #workplace #coach

Read More »

How to develop emotional resilience – Part 11

Here’s another positive meaning that you can give to challenging situations. This will help you focus on how to move forward, instead of feeling stuck. Not all situations can have the same meaning for you. Check out the other parts of this series too to understand and apply the other meanings in your life circumstances.

Read More »

3 thoughts on “How to develop emotional resilience – Part 1”

Leave a comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.