In a world where we are constantly encouraged (or even pressured) to work on strength that our colleagues and peers can visibly see, perceive, and assume without as much as a conversation, it is easy to forget about another kind of strength, which is critical: mental strength.
Mental strength isn’t often reflected in what you do. It’s usually seen in what you don’t do. In her book “13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do,” Amy Morin writes that developing mental strength is a “three-pronged approach.” It’s about controlling your thoughts, behaviors, and emotions.
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