Apr 24, 2018-- Mental resources like calm, grit, and courage help us cope with and push through obstacles in our own lives. But how do we cultivate them? The key is knowing how to turn passing experiences into lasting inner resources built into our brains. This skill, positive neuroplasticity, is not a quick fix, but you can change your brain for the better by working it the same way you would work a muscle. As you become more resilient in the face of life's challenges, you move toward greater well-being and away from stress, worry, frustration, and hurt. (19596 reads)
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