Resilient-according to the Webster’s dictionary, means “able to become strong, healthy, or successful again after something bad happens.” Isn’t this one of the most crucial life skill you can teach your children?
If you ask me, children are born resilient. In some regards, as young children, they have shorter attention spans which means they don’t dwell on difficulties as long as adults do. But they learn from others how to develop this skill to a higher level.
Finding humor is so important. Learn to laugh at yourself. Smile at the broken eggs on the floor. You release endorphins with each chuckle. And it really does make life a lot more fun.
I challenge you to be more resilient, to look beyond the bad moments, and try to bounce back a little more quickly. Consider this quote by Goethe- “Everything is hard before it is easy.”
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