4 Ways to Build a Resilient Brain
Those memories may have faded away making it hard to really remember them. This may at first seem like a great thing, but what happens when that dark, gloomy cloud finds its way following you around all day, all week, perhaps even all month? Maybe you’re facing a challenge right now that just feels like it is taking everything you have to just go on with your normal daily activities. This is when recollection of those difficult times you have experienced in the past can help. Taking the time to look back, and see how you overcame the challenges can help you gain confidence that you can, and will come out on top again.
Do you know someone that everytime you see them they have a smile on their face? Or maybe you know someone whose life is really hectic but yet they seem unfazed and super content. If you don't then try to make it your aim to find someone that is. When we choose to regularly associate with ones who seem to be at peace with themselves, and happy in life that too can impact our thinking.
You may not see yourself as being worth it, but there is something you can do to change that self image. It involves some self examination, honesty, and something to write with. The self examination is to be positive. Think about what you love about yourself. This can be a physical attribute or characteristic. Try coming up with 3-5 things you love about yourself, and write them down. Throughout the day you can review these self loving statements. Each day you can try to come up with 3-5 new things you love about yourself. Seriously if you try this you should feel amazing in just a few days.
Someone who knows the power derived from this sort of exercise is the poet Audre Lorde. She was born in New York and grew up in an environment where people were often suspicious of those darker skinned than them. This even included her mother's view towards her. As you can imagine this led her to having a poor self image, and often times feeling as an outcast. She was able to draw strength, and positive affirmation through her writing."Caring for myself in not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation" - Audre Lorde.
These are just a few ways to help get your mind to recover quickly from what may seem like a tsunami of difficult events. Given the opportunity, your brain can be trained to self-love, & start trusting in yourself knowing that you are very capable of making the changes that may be needed to accomplish your true potential, and move obstacles that may be in your way.
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