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Sabina Maharjan

Reviewed by Sabina Maharjan, Clinical Psychologist(M.Phil, IOM TUTH), Bsc Nurse

Building resilience and emotional intelligence are key components of promoting mental health and well-being. Resilience refers to the ability to bounce back from difficult or challenging situations, while emotional intelligence involves understanding and managing one’s own emotions as well as the emotions of others. Here are some strategies for building resilience and emotional intelligence:

i. Practice self-care: Engage in activities that promote physical, emotional, and mental well-being, such as exercise, meditation, or spending time in nature, practicing mindfulness.

ii. Practice positive self-talk: Use positive affirmations to reframe negative thoughts and promote a more optimistic outlook.

iii. Develop problem-solving skills: Learn to identify problems, generate solutions, and implement them in a constructive manner.

iv. Cultivate social connections: Build and maintain positive relationships with family, friends, and colleagues, and seek support when needed.

v. Seek professional help if needed: If you are struggling to cope with stress or mental health issues, seek help from a mental health professional.

By building resilience and emotional intelligence, individuals can better cope with life’s challenges and maintain good mental health.

How does emotional intelligence help in being resilient?

Emotional intelligence refers to the ability to understand and manage one’s own emotions as well as recognize and empathize with the emotions of others. When it comes to building resilience, emotional intelligence can help individuals to better understand and regulate their emotions in the face of adversity. It allows individuals to recognize and name their emotions, which can help them to identify and cope with stressors more effectively.

Emotional intelligence can also improve one’s ability to communicate effectively and build supportive relationships, which can be essential for resilience. By understanding the emotions and needs of others, individuals can develop stronger connections and support networks, which can help them to navigate challenging situations and bounce back from setbacks.

Overall, developing emotional intelligence can be an important tool for building resilience and promoting mental health and well-being.