Strength of our minds make us who we are

  1. What did I feel when I encountered the situation?
  2. What did I do with the feeling? Was it taking me towards solving it?
  3. If not, what was the counter-action to change the situation and feel better about it?
  4. Who all are responsible for the situation? Can I change their attitude?
  5. If not, then can they help me improve the situation? If yes, then how?
  6. If no, then why am I cribbing about those people or situations?
  7. What can I do on an individual level to handle the situation?
  1. Can your weaknesses become your strength?
  1. Strength doesn’t appear by escaping from the situation always
  1. You can discover your strength when you face a situation alone

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