With the current pandemic sweeping the globe, you may be experiencing several tough times, physically, emotionally, or financially (or all the above).

As woman who needs to overcome there are certain traits to hold out on, to see how resilient you are, they are:

Not giving up easily

This is a common trait in a resilient woman. They bounce back from pain and failure. “Resilient people are like trees bending in the wind,” says a professor  at Yale University School of Medicine. “They bounce back.”

You accept

Been resilient means you accept what has happened, you understand that those perfect lives portrayed on Instagram aren’t reality. This isn’t about feeling defeated that you can’t change things. It’s about confronting emotions and trusting that we will bounce back.

You change perspectives

You need to learn how to look at things in different ways. Like I’ve been seeing this one way; let me change to a different way of thinking about it.” For example, if you’ve just lost your job, now may be the perfect time to consider a career change. If the relationship did not work out a better one is on the way, how do I prepare for it ? This helps you get better result from your past failures.

Focus on what you can change

Resilient people focus on what they can change and ignore what they can’t. Ask yourself, “What can I take responsibility for?” “can i change this” if you can you move to change it or otherwise focus on something better. Accepting circumstances that can’t be changed can help you focus on conditions that you can change.

Take advantage of opportunities

A resilient woman is open to opportunities, therefore they recognise one quickly. When you look for opportunities to empower yourself, you’re less likely to feel stuck and helpless.

Ask yourself questions

They ask themselves this question, “Is what I’m doing helping or or making things worse?”  This practice puts you in control of your decision making—turning you into a survivor rather than a victim.

As Dean Becker, the president and CEO of a company that develops and delivers programs about resilience training, puts it, “More than education, more than experience, more than training, a person’s level of resilience will determine who succeeds and who fails. That’s true in the cancer ward, it’s true in the Olympics, and it’s true in the boardroom.” By practicing and learning these habits of resilient people, you’ll be able to adapt to any life-changing situation and emerge stronger than before.

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