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Date: 13 Jul 2020 Time: 04:00 PM
Resilience is one of the important aspects of life. The psychological strength to cope with stress and hardship is much needed in today’s fast pace of life. Resilience is a mental reservoir of strength that people can call on in times of need to carry them through without falling apart. Some Psychologists say that resilient individuals are better able to handle such adversity and rebuild their lives after a catastrophe. Coping with change or loss is an inevitable part of life. Several individuals face severe setbacks in life, and everyone experiences varying degrees of setbacks. At some points, the challenges might be relatively minor (not getting into a class you wanted to take), while others are disastrous on a much larger scale (hurricanes, tornadoes, terrorist attacks). How we understand and deal with the problems can play a significant role in not only the outcome but also the long-term psychological consequences.
Today, the world is faced with an unprecedented challenge as COVID-19 has brought much of society to halt, making life extremely difficult and unpredictable. But, at the same time, it has offered as an opportunity for introspection.
So, how do we move forward in a time of crisis and uncertainty?
As it is rightly said, Adversity is a catalyst for change. So, in the face of uncertainty, it is important to adapt quickly and respond with resilience to rise above life’s challenges.