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emotional resilience in six steps

Stuck at home and overwhelmed
by negative emotions?

Master the six steps to Emotional Resilience and come out of the crisis like new.

build resilience and emotional agility

insight

Become aware of
(suppressed) emotions.

play

Find relief by playing 
with your emotions.

action

Discover the emotion’s
call to action.

change

Build resilience and
level-up your life.

What is Emotional Agility and why do you need it?

Emotional agility is about accepting and noticing all your emotions and thoughts, viewing them with compassion and curiosity, and then choosing courage over comfort in order to do whatever you’ve determined is most important to you.

Emotionally agile people are dynamic. They demonstrate flexibility in dealing with our rapidly changing, complex world. They are able to handle high levels of stress and deal with disappointments while remaining engaged, open and receptive.

– Susan David – 

If we ever needed resilience, it is now.
Find emotional relief in a tiny booklet.

These are remarkable times. Nature got us all stuck at home. Not even mentioning the painful loss of loved ones, this situation is tough. Being isolated between the wall of our houses causes strong emotions now and then, and they can be overwhelming.
With a few steps, you can turn your painful emotions into positive directions for the future, no matter how uncertain it may seem right now.
  • Become aware of all your feelings and states
  • Learn to work with your negative emotions instead of suppressing them
  • Recover faster after each setback
  • Build confidence towards the future

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How embracing the feeling of powerlessness helped me become a great planner

I have been a control freak all of my life. The most painful sensation I could imagine was powerlessness. And thus, I would suppress this feeling and replace it with its so-called counterpart: anger. When my train would be late, I would take my rage out on the train crew, instead of treating myself to a cop of coffee and a magazine and enjoy the extra time given to me. Of course, this anger didn’t bring me one second faster to my destination.

Working with Emotional Resilience, I learned how suppressed powerlessness prevented me from becoming a good planner. Proper planning means finding a balance between directing and following. Taking the lead has never been a problem for me, but not allowing myself to go with the flow has blocked me for years. I was full of great ideas, but they would never manifest in this world. 

Now that I allow myself to feel both anger (setting boundaries) ànd powerlessness (being flexible), I have become more effective, productive, and organized. In a time like this, accepting the feeling of helplessness is crucial, not wholly to lose it. The anger that comes with suppressing this emotion won’t get you anywhere and might cause harm to yourself or your housemates.

I’m Donna Lubin, founder of the Resilience! community and creator of the booklet.

The fun begins here!

  • Download and print the single page file
  • Fold it into a booklet (do it! It's the fun part)
  • Carry it with you during the day
  • Practice and repeat the steps daily
  • Build resilience, confidence, and gratitude

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