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Practice self-compassion, confidence, resilience and loving other like it’s their last day on earth…

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    Find Quite Place for Meditate

    Quite, It induces a mind-body connection that’s been demonstrated to relax muscles, lower anxiety and pain, and enhance one’s overall sense of control and well being.

    Volunteering for Altruism

    Boost Altruism by doing something to help another person with no expectation of reward.

    Quick boost self-Compassion

    Some people come by self-compassion naturally, but not everyone does. Luckily, it is a learnable skill. (Harvard Medical School)

    • Comfort your body. Eat something healthy. Lie down and rest. Massage your own neck, feet, or hands. Take a walk. Anything you can do to improve how you feel physically gives you a dose of self-compassion.
    • Write a letter to yourself. Think of a situation that caused you to feel pain (a breakup with a lover, a job loss, a poorly received presentation). Write a letter to yourself describing the situation, but without blaming anyone — including yourself. Use this exercise to nurture your feelings.
    • Give yourself encouragement. Think of what you would say to a good friend if he or she was facing a difficult or stressful situation. Then, when you find yourself in this kind of situation, direct these compassionate responses toward yourself.
    • Practice mindfulness. Even a quick exercise, such as meditating for a few minutes, can be a great way to nurture and accept ourselves while we’re in pain.

    Keep Your Faith Up - Even When Life Is Difficult

    Let inspiration help you stay connected through faith. Study (2019) from Arizona State  University suggests that an understanding of science can actually promote faith.

    Define Personal Values

    Personal values are the central driver behind our character

    make decisions and performing actions to fulfill life.

    Optimism Is a Choice

    Having a strong sense of optimism and hopefulness regarding the future.
    Avoid Negativity/ Recognize Negative Thinking /Practice Gratitude /Cultivate Positivity

    Being an Exceptionally Tolerant Person

    We can train ourselves to be more tolerant by staying curious about social conditioning.

    Explore Therapist you can trust with your belief

    Practice being tolerate, gratitude and learn how to rebuild trust with professionals

    “Bouncing back” from the difficult experiences

    Psychologists define resilience as the process of adapting well in the face of
    adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats, or significant sources of stress.

    Experience Spiritual retreat for finding your purpose

    Explore a New Culture & Nourish Your Soul

    practical ways to build peace in your life
    and in the world around you

    Explore a New Culture & Nourish Your Soul

    The Science Behind Gratitude

    A one-time act of thoughtful gratitude produced an immediate 10% increase in happiness and 35% reduction in depressive symptoms.
    The happy effects disappeared within 3 to 6 months, showing that gratitude is an act to be repeating.

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