Psychological Resilience is the ability to mentally or emotionally cope with a crisis or return to pre-crisis status quickly. It is the ability to reframe things, most notably moving from feeling disappointment to seeing opportunities.
Anxiety unchecked does not empty tomorrow of its sorrows but only empties today of its strength. Therefore, be mindful and intentional with what you allow into life and what you permit to occupy your headspace.
Resentment clouds your judgment and locks you out of experiencing the flow of life. It shifts your attention from those who matter to you to those you disdain and can deaden your spirit. Forgiveness on the other hand, is like giving birth to a new chapter in your life. A chapter where you begin to heal, grow and find yourself again.
People who suffer with Imposter Syndrome often point a magnifying glass upon their mistakes or errors while minimising their accomplishments and successes, acquainting them to luck or chance. This ultimately creates a crisis of confidence within the individual as they view themselves as a phoney or a fraudster.
Procrastination is the postponement, adjournment or stalling of something that you know needs to be done. It is the act or habit of deferring or putting off, especially something requiring immediate attention. This often occurs when we don't like the task; we are not confident with what is required of us or are anxious about the outcome.
Fear is a universal experience that affects us all in some way, shape, or form. It is why we need to know some practical tools and strategies to manage and overcome those fears. If we are not careful, the fear of what could happen will make nothing happen in our life.