Journals are another good way to keep yourself resilient. If you’ve had a bad day, you may find it helps to write down all that angered or troubled you that day. Or, you could simply even write down what has made you feel good or paste in pictures of when you were happy. Then, when your feeling down or upset, you have something to look at to cheer yourself
Resilience is known as bouncing back from the adversities and bringing in strength to cope to difficulties. Adversities happen at personal, community and organisational level. Resilience allows the person to come out of the adversity, rather than staying with it and to move forward further. This is a way of maintaining positive mental health and maintaining one’s own well being in the midst of adverse conditions. It enables a person to maintain positive health in the midst of challenges (Mowbray, 2011).
We learn that it’s hard to fix them, and sometimes we want to give up. But throughout this story, Rash teaches that it’s okay to have problems. He teaches us that we can overcome them and move past them, either by ourselves, with others, or just blow them off and put them on other people. He shows how they are each handled through the characters; Linda, Matt, and Jamie. While Linda puts the blame on others, Matt and Jamie take the hardships and work to fix them.
“So if spitting in my face and threatening me saved Mayella Ewell one extra beating, that’s something I’ll gladly take.” (Lee 222). Compassion transformed the way Atticus viewed courage, as he found compassion at the heart of his decisions. The true meaning of courage to Atticus meant something more important than ??????. This just proves to show how Atticus was a leader and not a follower, how he managed to be different. Wisdom was knowing the right path to take but his integrity was what led him to choose to take the right
It can be demolishing when it serves only a person’s own needs who is a sender and fails to consider the needs of the person on the receiving end. It must be kept in mind that it should be given to help, not to hurt. We also, most of the times give feedback because it makes us feel better or gives us a psychological advantage. Remember: To truly learn to respect yourself, you have to be aware of yourself that what kind of person you really are. If someone gives you constructive feedback, you may use that for self-improvement.
Are your strength or problem-focused? I considering myself a strength focus (strengths-bases approach), because the person or an organization is presented with a problem that need to be solve. Therefore, for strengths-based approaches or strengths-based approaches is the best method since it concentrates on the inherent strengths of individuals, families, groups, and organizations, deploying personal strengths to aid recovery and empowerment. To focus on health and well-being is to embrace an asset-based approach where the goal is to promote the positive (Toner, 2016). 4.
Positive language – positive language is about using phrases that show that you are taking responsibility for your actions and that you value people’s opinions and show that you can learn from others Negative language – negative language is using phases like ‘to be honest…’ this shows that you are most likely not an honest person and have lied in the past. Leaving out that ‘to be honest…’ at the start of a sentence makes it more positive’ Active engagement – active engagement is listening to someone but also taking part and asking questions, this more likely to help you to learn and understand something. Sitting there passively will not necessarily help you at
Obstacles can be used as something good because they teach you lessons. Some people disagree with this idea of learning from your mistakes. They don’t like or would like to experience an obstacle. On the other hand, around three out of five people learn the right way when they encounter an obstacle, and they don’t just give up as soon as an event gets hard. Obstacles change people and they also give you an opportunity to see
Empathic solidarity applies to me because I am a very empathetic person. Although Sarah Banks believes that empathy on its own is not enough, that it needs to lead to the development of a sense of solidarity and commitment to collective action for social change. she went further and said that empathic solidarity require abilities of critical analysis and a hopeful attitude which involves viewing the bigger picture, questioning received ideas and seeing the possibility for another kind of world. This is where I need more interpersonal skills because there are more to the skills I thought I already had”. (Banks, S. 2012 p.
As an a priori good, forgiveness inherently promotes unrealistic ideas of a utopian society where victims and persecutors co-exist in harmony. Forgiveness is advertised as a fix-all tool that will ultimately assist victims in overcoming their distress and suffering. Enright et all ensure that forgiveness will help the wounded to foster qualities of ‘compassion, generosity, and even love’ towards those who acted unjustly towards them. The results on post-conflict society could be quite detrimental if transitional justice practitioners force forgiveness processes onto the victims, without truly understanding the country-specific dynamics at work. Once the effects of forgiveness are empirically examined, the optimistic outlook regarding what the concept can actually achieve may be quite drastically
In some ways, this is par for the course. Working through problems in healthy ways enables people to adapt and gain strength from tribulation and transition rather than being defeated by it. This arena is the proving ground of human psychology. Whether we like to admit so or not, we are relational beings. And, this means that sometimes we need the help of others.
Negative reinforcement is taking away something you do not like to increase the specific (or desired) behavior, to do this I would feel happy for her whenever she receives something even though she doesn’t like it. By doing this I would be taking away her negative thoughts about that item, and make her feel happy and thankful for it. Between positive and negative reinforcement I tend and prefer to use positive reinforcement because I like giving her something and seeing her happy, then she would still want to continue with the great behavior I am encouraging her to do. Of all four forms of operant conditioning: negative and positive reinforcement and negative and positive punishment, positive punishment is what I use most and is most effective in dealing with Hoda’s annoying behavior, because she mostly listens to me when I talk to her more of what her undesired behavior is, and that it isn’t a good behavior. By showing her a consequence after the undesired behavior, it would make the behavior less likely to happen in the future.
Failure does not necessarily mean a stop sign. It is important to find a way to recover when you get knocked back. See any failures as feedback on how you can do better. Successful people have qualities such as positivity, optimism and emotional management. You are entitled to feel the emotions that come with setbacks, but do not make this a permanent state.