We know that in this segment of E-INSIGHTS we will often find the opportunity to have the necessary tools to help us deal with our daily lives and with the most constant questions that our psyche often faces inquisitive, because right here Rubén Torrego and Diana Dahre come up with a theme that is currently hammering our conscience and our mood, how to deal with changes and changes in our lives.
Any life is a life of change. We experience work transitions and relationships, changes in our physical and mental health and new events in our local communities and in our world. Sometimes we know that a change will occur, while others will occur suddenly and unexpectedly. Maybe it’s a disappointment, or maybe it’s a wonderful surprise.
Many people spend a lot of time and energy trying to avoid change, but that will inevitably reach them. If you learn to deal with changes, you will decrease your risk of anxiety and depression. Your relationships will flourish and your body will feel healthier. But if you can’t handle the changes, just a small amount of stress can make you feel overwhelmed by life. You can also strive to define and fulfill the goals you have for yourself.
Being able to deal with change is sometimes called resilience. Although their environment and genes can influence their level of resilience, the amount is not immutable. Practicing different ways of thinking and being in the world can increase your ability to deal with change and help you to create a life adaptable to new places and unexpected events. Let’s take a look at some healthy practices to increase your resilience and deal with changes.