What is inner resilience? Why is it that some people cope with difficult times and life struggles better than others. What's the difference, and how do they do it?
The answer is that 'resilient people' don't stay stuck in the swamp of the problem. They don't focus on the "why is this happening?" or "why me?"
Instead, resilient people focus on the "how am I going to get out of this?" or, "what can I do to solve this/improve this?"
They go into solution mode and problem solving, they look ahead to when and how things can improve. They take action, make decisions, have goals and look forward rather than dwell on the present problem exclusively.
Sometimes we all need to wallow a little, but there comes a time when we need to get out of the mud and start to move forward. The question is, how soon do we want to do that?