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Mental strength: How to boost it?

Mental strength: How to boost it?

What your mental strength is what your attitude will be towards the innumerable hindrances and obstacles that are likely to come in your way in life.

You can either live life one day at a time or plan elaborately for a distinct near future, but for all of that you need to develop a mental strength that would keep you rock solid no matter what surprises life throws at you.


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What is mental strength?

What is mental strength?

Psychologists define it as the measure of resilience when a certain individual braves adversity.

Every individual exhibits a certain type of attitude while facing a difficult situation and that attitude entails mental strength.

Negative turns in life events, crisis, financial issues, environmental factors are few of the unavoidable hindrances faced by every human being.

The degree by which these negative incidents affect varies from individual to individual and the way a person responds to these effects is what constitutes mental strength.


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How to boost mental strength?

How to boost mental strength?

In order to boost mental strength, one needs to adopt a psychological exercise. This involves understanding core beliefs, figuring out the strengths and weaknesses, creating extra space for positive thoughts, knowing a proper way to channel emotions, and observing daily activities.

Always use mental energy judiciously in order to boost mental strength. "Wasting brain power ruminating about things you can’t control drains mental energy quickly. The more you think about negativity that you can’t solve, the less energy you’ll have leftover for creative endeavour" an article in Forbes.


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How to use mental energy?

How to use mental energy?

Mental energy should be used for productive tasks.

For example, try to find a long forgotten hobby or leisure activity that you had interest in during school days.

When your thoughts are not productive, try to distract it towards the hobby.

A hobby engages your mind no matter how stressed you are, because it is something that you love doing.


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Interact, don't isolate

Interact, don't isolate

Though self-isolation is the need of the hour due to rising cases of Omicron, it is not isolation literally.

Though one is confined within four walls to stop the spread of the virus, one can always reach out to people virtually. Make the most use of the internet.

Participate in group interactions, share your ideas, discuss on varied topics, and gain positive insights.


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Read, read, read

Read, read, read

Do not stop reading, no matter how difficult it is for you to concentrate. Reading books on self development will not only give your insights on coping with stress, it will also make you aware of various facts that can actually productively boost your mental health. The time engaged in reading can never go in vain.


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