Even the most resilient people need time to adapt to the new reality when an important event in life occurs. They may need time to recover from an injury, go through the grieving process, or start thinking more clearly again. Resilience won't make your problems go away, but resilience can give you the ability to see beyond them, enjoy life, and better manage stress. If you're not as resilient as you'd like, you can develop and learn skills to be more resilient.
A significant dose of humility is often accompanied by difficulties. Difficulties force you to come face to face with what you are.
These are some of the lessons I have learned from living in community. Unconditional love is a choice.
Lessons about failure, the guilt for disappointing people, the relief of not having to complete such a big task, the nerves of having to try again, the anxiety or anticipation of the future and what it might mean to try again, the shame of failing, especially if friends or family pressure you to succeed. Here are 10 fundamental lessons to learn when you feel like you've failed in life.