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Surviving tough times!

Discussion in 'Health & Healing' started by Geoff-Allen, Sep 22, 2021.

  1. Geoff-Allen

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    Greetings fellow humans!

    I hope you are enjoying your time with us here on the forum today.

    These are tough times for millions of people.

    There are things we can do to cope better. Here is the Help Guide site which has a load of articles on mental health & well-being ...

    Whether the source of disruption in your life is a global emergency or a personal tragedy—or both—living through difficult times can take a heavy toll on your mood, health, and outlook. It can leave you feeling helpless and overwhelmed by stress and anxiety. You may be painfully grieving all that you’ve lost, flooded by a slew of difficult, conflicting emotions, or uncertain about how to move on with your life. You may even feel that your life is totally out of control and you’re powerless to affect whatever may happen next.

    While there’s no way to avoid sorrow, adversity, or distress in life, there are ways to help smooth the rough waters and regain a sense of control. Resilience is the ability to cope with the loss, change, and trauma that have been inevitable parts of life even before these extraordinary times. Building resilience can help you better adapt to life-changing events, cope with turbulent times, and bounce back from hardship and tragedy.

    To read more -

    Surviving Tough Times by Building Resilience - HelpGuide.org

    Wishing you all the best!
     
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