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  • Writer's pictureOri Harel

Stress and resilience

Updated: Aug 2, 2021

When faced with a difficult situation, you have a choice about how you respond. You can let it bring you down, or you can do something to help you overcome it. This is called resilience. Today we’ll try to look at a difficult situation from a new perspective.

Our mindset is critical for the way we react to stress, we can change our perception of negative feelings and get friends with them, perceiving stress as "my body helping me rise to challenges" - because we can't change stress, but we can change our attitudes and thus our reactions. If you wish to read more about Stress management, the difference between acute and chronic, symptoms and many tools for relaxation such as worksheets and guided exercises, you must check this out.

Videos by the leading researchers of the mindfulness field: Mindful Meditation and the Brain - Shauna Shapiro [6 min] How Meditation Can Reshape Our Brains - Sara Lazar [8 min] Reading: How the Brain Rewires Itself - Sharon Begley

Want to practice your resilience?

1. Write down in your journal 3 things you're most worried about

2. Find out your way of better coping. Here are some Self care tips and a self care assessment.

Take care, and let me know how'd it go :)



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