You likely spend time thinking about your physical strength, thinking about how you can exercise or eat healthy. But what about your mental strength?
Becoming mentally strong, according to psychologist and author Amy Morin, means that you “manage your emotions, thoughts, and behaviors in a way that sets you up for success in life.”The foundation of mental strength is the ability to separate your identity from your emotions or the events in your life.
Maybe you’re feeling lonely, or you fail an exam, or you email ten professionals and none of them respond. Experiencing these emotions and events can be challenging, but they don’t mean that you as a person are unworthy or a failure.Mentally strong people have bad days and experience failure.Read more on addicted2success.com