Why Resilient People Practice Mindfulness

Updated: Jan 16


Being resilient means that you have the ability to pick yourself up and bounce back from negative or challenging situations. Some people seem naturally good at this, while others struggle to get past tough times. One important factor that resilient people have on their side is that they are almost always mindful. Let’s look at 4 reasons why resilient people are mindful.

4 Reasons Why Resilient People are Always Mindful

1. They know how to cope with their emotions.

To be resilient, you have to know how to cope with your emotions. If not, it is easy to feel overwhelmed by the situation and trapped by your own emotions. Whenever you are feeling emotionally overwhelmed, it is often impossible to bounce back with resilience.

Resilient people know that being mindful of their how they feel and what they allow to affect them, this how they can cope with those emotions. They practice mindfulness to stay in touch with their feelings and act accordingly.

2. They know and accept their limits.

Even though resilience is being able to bounce back, knowing your limits is a huge factor contributing to resilience. If you don't know or accept your limits, your stress and anxiety will continue to compound on themselves, keeping you stagnant and unable to move on with your life.


Resilient people know that they must understand and accept their limits. They use mindfulness to stay in touch with how they feel and what they think about their lives. This allows them to accept their limits and quickly bounce back from whatever situation they find themselves in.

3. They are creative.

Without creativity, you can’t come up with new ideas, goals, or strategies for changing your life.

That’s why resilient people are highly creative. They use mindfulness training to further their mind and better understand what they want out of life. As a result, this allows them to be creative and come back stronger than before.

4. They are good problem solvers.

Part of being creative is being a good problem solver as well. To bounce back from any situation, you have to use your creativity to problem solve your way to a new destination and outcome. Mindfulness helps to boost your problem-solving skills and abilities. As a result, they practice mindfulness to enhance their problem-solving abilities and bounce back with a new strategy for tackling the problem.


When chaotic times hit, it is essential to regroup your thoughts and change the narrative of the situation. This will allow you to deal with the hardship’s healthy way. Mindfulness can be a great way to overcome these times so that you can bounce back from the negativity that will cause you to become emotionally overwhelmed.

Mindfulness improves the way your brain works and provides you with the clarity that you need to tackle the tough times because you will have a better sense of self-awareness. When your life gets chaotic, simply bring yourself to the present and breathe.


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About Angela


Greetings, and thank you for reading my blog! I am Angie Mitchell AKA "The Mindset Maven”. I am a mental health advocate, author, blogger, speaker, master life coach, and the founder and CEO of Back to Her.


After having experienced my own challenges with mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression that affected my personal and business relationships. I decided to use my experiences to educate and advocate for other women who may be fighting similar battles.


I assist women with removing mindset barriers through personal and professional development programs that empower them to change the narrative of their story and become the highest most truthful expression of themselves.