10 Habits Of Emotionally Resilient People

happinessRemember, where attention goes, energy flows. So why not cultivate more of what you want instead of what you don’t. There’s always something to be thankful for.

Ultimately, emotional resilience is all about attitude. By practicing these ten responses to stress, you’ll be able to spend more time living with ease and grace, spending more time in the light with fleeting moments of darkness!

For more info on emotional resilience, check out:
Happy people, Happy People Live Longer – Time Magazine, Can I be Happy? Some Super Tools for Handling Stress.

Tony

Our Better Health

BY AMITA PATEL    MAY 11, 2014

Ever notice how some people are stressed during transitions while others can just roll with the punches? It all comes down to emotional resilience. While some of it may be biological, there are ten traits that you can start cultivating today to start living life with less resistance and more ease:

Here are ten things that emotionally resilient people do when faced with a difficult situation:

1. Wait for what’s right instead of acting on what you want right now.

Yup, just like the classic Stanford marshmallow experiment, this is about impulse control — the ability to stop and consider whether you want to act on a desire. For example, when a family member makes you angry, your immediate response might be to lash out. However, impulse control allows you to pause and assess whether that’s really the best course of action in…

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2 responses to “10 Habits Of Emotionally Resilient People

  1. Great article! I think I’m emotionally resilient! 🙂

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