Resilience is a muscle that you build more and more each time you have to recover from a difficult time.
And strange as it sounds, the more we are forced to heal, the better we get at it. Two recent studies, one in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology and one in Psychology & Health, have proven that there is actual validity to the old adage that what doesn’t kill us makes us stronger. Once we develop the tools of resilience, they get easier to use in the future.
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