This emotional style is the ability to recover quickly from adversity; to pick yourself up and dust yourself off and move forward. A resilient person is someone who can fail and try again. Overindulging in negative feelings can affect your emotional well-being, your relationships as well as your physical health. Resilient people have a positive outlook on life and can self-regulate emotionally. Optimistic people have also been shown to have higher problem-solving abilities and more creative thinking processes, both of which in turn enhance resilience. Everyone can learn to be more resilient.

Guidelines to Enhance Resilience

Resilience is the ability to recover quickly from setbacks. When things don’t go according to plan, a resilient person is able to bounce back quickly by acknowledging the situation, reflecting…

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Chivonne Jones-Abrahams

Life Coach and Specialist Image Development

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Elri Wium

Specialist in Nonverbal Communication, Emotion and Voice and Speech Production

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Gail Cameron

Founder and Managing Director of Image Excellence Group and My Pocket Coach (ATCL., LTCL., FTCL, Trinity College London) R 1,000.00 per hour session Gail has 30 years of experience as…

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Hayley Kirby

Life Coach and Specialist in Assertiveness and Conflict Management PT (Personal Trainer), ACE Academy; BA (SocSci), Unisa. R950.00 per hour session Hayley began her coaching career as a personal trainer…

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