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Examples of Resilience

Drawing on other examples of resilience can often inspire us to get through our own tough times. Think about an inspiring movie, book or a true story (maybe even of someone who you know) where the protagonist showed determination and resilience that helped them to succeed, despite the difficulties and adversity that they endured.

Flexible Thinking

Although it may not feel like it sometimes, our minds can be very flexible! Flexible thinking is different to positive thinking as it allows us to consider a number of possible outcomes rather than just one. If you’re approaching a challenging situation where the outcome is unknown and is creating anxiety or worry, this exercise may help you to consider the situation in a different way.

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Resilience Tool Kit

Having a resilience tool kit can be a great resource for helping us through the times when we need it most.  It can remind us of our strengths, the importance of self-care, and how we can nourish our bodies and minds. 

Storyboard for Change (SHIFTS)

Difficult situations can sometimes feel easier if we write them down. This is an exercise that may help to determine what needs to happen in order to come unstuck and move forward.

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Our values help us determine who we are and how we live our lives. Do you know which values are important to you? This exercise will help you to establish what your values are and how to live a more authentic and fulfilled life.

Wheel of Life

The Wheel of Life allows us to get a snapshot of how satisfied you are in your life, and which areas might need improving.

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