So much about people’s capacity to access their resilience is tied up in what they are aware of, how they respond to events and how they relate to others. This section looks at the role your mind plays in being resilient. It covers:
- how your thoughts, accompanied by feelings, give rise to how you experience life
- the neurophysiological explanations of what drives our reactions and responses
- addressing your negativity bias
- how having a quieter mind will enable you to adapt to adverse situations
- what is meant by being mindful and how it taps into your resilience
- exercises to strengthen your capacity to be mindful and to access your resilience.