I loved this post from a friend so much I had to reblog it!
Grit. Resilience. Mental toughness. We hear a lot about these attributes. Of course we have an abundance of strategies and techniques for developing psychological resilience.
When most people set out to become fit, they’re thinking about their physical fitness. Getting in better physical shape tops the list for many.
In this case, if more people focused on their mental fitness, however, they’d likely become more successful in achieving the goals they set for themselves – physical fitness or otherwise.
Building mental muscle is the key to self-discipline, delayed gratification, grit, and perseverance. These are the skills you will need to become the best mental version of yourself.
We all would like to be able to deal with life’s ups and downs with strength and grace, and learning to manage your emotions is another important part of becoming mentally strong.
Keep in mind, being mentally strong doesn’t mean you don’t experience…
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that’s true. also, a way to mental fitness is, if you’re insecure, lacking low self esteem or any other low inner feelings, you need to ask yourself what is it, why is it and what can I do to change it. you have to be honest with yourself with these inner feeling.
in order to feel better about yourself, you need to know yourself.
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What an awesome and 💯true comment! To know ourselves is key and with anything honesty is crucial. Thank you so much!🌷