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Mindful : October 2019
PHOTOGRAPHBYAARONTHOMAS/STOCKSY BY LINDA GRAHAM Lean In It’s one thing to misplace your keys or your wallet two minutes before you have to rush out the door for work. You do your best to breathe slowly, stay calm, and try to think if maybe you were wearing some- thing else with pockets before the early morning mad dash. We all experience these hiccups in life—drop- ping the lasagna on the way to serve guests, leaving a laptop on a plane, learning that the car needs a new transmission—and these hiccups can create quite a startle in the nervous system. Our capacity to cope with these inevitable ups and downs is then further tested when we layer on our own critical messages: “ You stupid klutz!” or “I can’t ever get anything right” or “I knew it.” Persevering in the face of adversity—and getting back up when you stumble—are essential to thriving in tough times. No matter where you start, you can train your brain to build resilience. 48 mindful October 2019 resilience