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Resilience - what is it anyway?

Resilience - what is it anyway? – The word resilience comes from the Latin term “resilio”. Translated, this means something like jumping back. In particular, the term resilience Coaching anchored in psychology. Also in Coaching context, he is increasingly heard.

Resilience denotes the ability to face challenges and difficult situations as a Burn out, to master. In this case, surviving does not mean surviving, but rather coming out of the crisis with renewed energy. Resilience – Dealing with difficult situations in a healthy way A person's mental endurance plays a crucial role in resilience.

It describes the extent to which existing resources can be used to successfully manage a crisis. The opposite of resilience is vulnerability. A person with great vulnerability and at the same time little resilience does not have working solution strategies for a harmonious and vital lifestyle.

The interesting thing about resilience is. It can be used in many ways, as life always surprises us unplanned and spontaneously. No matter how much we want to, we cannot plan our lives 100%. With resilience coaching, you create new structures to deal with situations such as the death of a loved one, a divorce, a lack of Health, work or similar to cope more successfully.

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How do people with healthy stress resilience differ?

Resilient personalities usually learned early on to take responsibility. Although these people did not grow up in a perfect environment, for example with sick parents, violent or drug-addicted parents, only one parent or no parents at all. It is precisely these experiences that make the children exceptionally social people. They consistently seize the opportunities presented to them to improve their quality of life.

Resilience can also be learned in adulthood! We often hear the question of whether resilience can be learned? Our answer: Definitely! Everyone has different personal social requirements to develop resilience. The foundation for this is laid in childhood. Still, there are environmental factors that Development promote resilience. Ann Masten is a household name in the resilience world.

Important pillars of resilience coaching

Working on the topic of resilience is about recognizing your own thought patterns and energy thieves. Resilience coaching is an encounter with the self. Why are there very specific things that make us unstable? How are we knitted and what can we do to make self-determined decisions that shape our future in the long term?

Mindset and personal attitude play a massive role here. Companies have noticed these effects for a long time and are happy to invest in employees who are also willing to be coached themselves. A resilience, coaching or training, for example, can also be an enriching one Teambuilding measure.

Coaching and training – ways to your personal resilience

People with healthy resilience are not superheroes who solve their problems on their own. On the contrary, they have the strength to confide in other people and seek help - preferably professionally in the form of coaching. A high level of resilience is evident in people who have access to their own creativity, accept their life situation, take responsibility for themselves and their lives, shape their future, treat themselves mindfully, cultivate their relationships, act in a solution-oriented manner, are optimistic and use their strengths know.

At this point you can perhaps take a moment to think about what defines you as a person. The areas of resilience include optimism, acceptance, solution orientation, self-determination, self-efficacy, socialization and sustainability. If you want to know more about where you are right now and what potential lies dormant in you, we offer resilience personality profiles. We would be happy to tell you more about it.

How do I increase my own resilience?

There are a variety of skills that can be trained in individual coaching, in group coaching or from the booming literature on resilience. Some methods of improving resilience have an intersection with mind-body medicine. These include mindfulness exercises, reflection and resource building, breathing techniques or relaxation exercises. Research confirms that resilience can be built, trained and developed. Do you believe yourself to be resilient or stress-resistant? For more clarity, we would be happy to do a scientifically based resilience analysis with you.

The analysis can take place separately from a coaching and can be directly integrated into the coaching. No matter which variant you choose. In most cases, the results are very positive for our clients, as they recognize where they are at the moment and what opportunities and potential lie dormant and look forward to activation. Our clients are often more resilient than they think they are! Also visit our page on the topic Nonviolent Communication.

Reactive or proactive?

Every living being experiences Stress. Stress is nothing more than a stimulus that affects the respective organism. In itself, stress is responsible for our evolution. All of the stimuli have resulted in the fact that you are now sitting here and can read this text and process it cognitively. This can also be viewed as stress. An important aspect of working with stress is this. Does the stress get me in the right direction or does it just lead me astray from my actual path?

Stress arises in the mind. This means that every stimulus will arrive in the brain, be processed, evaluated and appropriate reactions initiated. If we manage to influence our environment actively and not reactively, we save ourselves unnecessary stress and at the same time are one step further on our personal path. An example. How do you react if you lose your job? Do you get angry and stay in this state? Or do you proactively put the situation in a new frame and ask yourself what this stroke of fate is good for? Maybe you can apply for a much better job?

Actually, you always wanted to study or do a great further education! Maybe you want to do something completely different professionally. Or maybe you always wanted to work abroad? Do you have an idol? How would she or he deal with this situation? One way to improve resilience is to encourage proactivity. This requires good reflection work and practice, especially in a world in which many stimuli affect our organism. The right method depends on your personality, because there are many realities in one world. Because reality is what matters to you. How the stimulus affects you. For another person, one and the same stimulus can have completely different effects. That is and remains subjective. How you personally deal with stress and external stimuli in a more healing way is individual. We can work out the details together at our leisure. We look forward to seeing you and are proud that you proactively took this step with all the other people out of your deep self!

What is resilience and why is it important?

Resilience describes the ability to recover from stressful events and to adapt to new situations. A resilient person is mentally resilient and can remain capable of acting even in difficult situations. Resilience is important because it can help us cope better with life challenges and increase our chances of mental health.

How can I strengthen my resilience and improve my psychological resilience?

There are different strategies for building resilience. One way is to improve your own self-awareness in order to better recognize and manage stress and emotional strains. Another strategy is to build social support and maintain relationships with family, friends, or co-workers. Regular physical activity, a healthy diet, getting enough sleep, and relaxation exercises like meditation or yoga can also help increase resilience.

What factors influence resilience and how can I promote it in others?

There are several factors that influence resilience, including personality, social and economic circumstances, and past experiences of stress. One way to foster resilience in others is to create a supportive environment and provide opportunities to develop self-awareness, social skills, and positive thinking. For example, by enabling children and young people to take responsibility and test their skills, they can strengthen their resilience and be better prepared for the challenges of life.

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