Become a resilient person


  1. Establish and maintain relationships.
    Good family and social relationships are an excellent source for obtaining and accepting help and support, enhancing resilience. We will also find opportunities to help others, something that, in turn, will also result in our personal wellbeing.

  2. Avoid seeing crises as insurmountable problems.
    Often we cannot change the facts, but we can change how we interpret and respond to them. We must try to limit the effect of non-productive emotions.

  3. Accept that change is part of life.
    Accepting that there are circumstances that we cannot change can be of great help to focus on those that we can change and channel our efforts towards them.


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