It’s all down to resilience. Psychologist Wendy Knight describes it this way. “Resilience is bending rather than breaking, when you are faced with a crisis. Resilient people have an inner strength which helps them overcome bad situations, without being crushed forever.
Resilience is vital for your mental health and happiness because it gives you strength to overcome hardship. People lacking resilience easily get overwhelmed, but resilient people tap into their strengths and support systems to work through problems. And the good news is that resilience can be learned. Here’s how: