Resilience is the ability to cope in the face of adversity, to adapt to the hardships and losses of life.
- It has long been known that adversity leads to the triumph of being a more resilient, well-rounded person. Going through adversity has shaped individuals into stronger people who can face change and trauma with steel and determination.
- Attempting to shelter yourself (or your loved ones) from adversity is unwise. While it’s natural to protect people from negative experiences, it can make it difficult for them to tackle life’s more significant problems down the line.
- Everyone needs the opportunity to build their confidence and psychological strength; both of these are necessary to succeed. By shielding someone from life’s realities, we set them up for failure.
Do You Struggle With Adversity?
Your troubles should never define you. What defines your character is your ability to handle the adversity you face. Because of this, you must understand the many types of trouble you may face in your life.
Maybe you have experienced:
- Money problems
- Physical Limitations and Handicaps
- Emotional Problems
- Mental Illness
- Social Adversity
- Spiritual Adversity
What if you knew the strategies the spiritual greats use when they face adversity?
In Dealing With Adversity: Emerging Stronger
you will learn how to:
Make a plan to schedule actions to take to reach your goal of overcoming, develop strategies to acknowledge emotional stress, and develop a spiritual practice that promotes healing.
Tap into the strength available to you through developing spiritual practices that support you, gaining perspective on how this situation fits into your life, and developing a healthy mindset to move forward.
Create a practice of gratitude. Gratitude helps us to stay grounded and keep a healthy perspective in the midst of adversity; it reminds us what we are working so hard for, and sustains us afterwards.
Don't wait until it's too late.
Life always challenges us. The next obstacle is around the corner. You don't have to fear it - build yourself up spiritually, emotionally, and physically to not only face what's next, but to thrive in all that's next.