It's not the winning that teaches you how to be resilient. It's the setback. It's the loss.

- Beth Brooke -


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    10 Ways to Build Resilience from the American Psychological Association

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    Five Habits of Resilient People

    Resilient people don’t let imperfections hinder them. They don’t think failing means being a “failure.” They learn as they go, making course corrections that lead them to positive outcomes.

    They are optimistic: even if initially, they struggle with negative thoughts, resilient people are self-aware enough to notice when their thinking is counterproductive. 

    Resilient people don’t go it alone. They have close friends and are not too proud to ask for help when they need it, talk out problems, or help others in need.

    They know their strengths and are energized by them.

    Resilient people don't lean on their strength alone: relying on God's perfect strength takes the pressure off of us to be self-sufficient and allows for us to thrive.