13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do Review  

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13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do Review

13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do Review. WHAT IS MENTAL STRENGTH? Morin knows that of which she speaks. At just 26, while working as a Psychologist and therapist, Morin’s husband died suddenly. Inwardly reeling, she realized what pitfalls she didn’t want to succumb to self-pity, a sense of entitlement, and resentment. In the ten years since then, she’s refined these principles and worked on them with countless patients.

13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t DO. 

The results are impressive. In this book, we learn to identify the 13 common habits that hold us back in life and how to avoid them. We go to the gym to build up our physical muscles but we haven’t yet thought about mental strength: the real key to a more productive and meaningful life.

This revolutionary book shows you-

How To all who strive to become better today than they were yesterday.

It’s not that people are either mentally strong or mentally weak. We all possess some degree of mental strength, but there’s always room for improvement. Developing mental strength is about improving your ability to regulate your emotions, manage your thoughts, and behave positively, despite your circumstances. Just as there are those among us who are predisposed to develop physical strength more easily than others, mental strength seems to come more naturally to some people.

There are several factors at play to determine the ease at which you develop mental strength:

• Genetics

Genes play a role in whether or not you may be more prone to mental health issues, such as mood disorders.

• Personality

Some people have personality traits that help them think more realistically and behave more positively by nature.

• Experiences

Your life experiences influence how you think about yourself, other people, and the world in general.

Obviously, you can’t change some of these factors. You can’t erase a bad childhood. You can’t help it if you are genetically predisposed to ADHD. But that doesn’t mean you can’t increase your mental strength. Anyone has the power to increase mental strength by devoting time and energy to the self-improvement exercises throughout this book.

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THE BASIS OF MENTAL STRENGTH

Imagine a man who feels nervous about social situations. To minimize his anxiety, he avoids starting conversations with his coworkers. The less he speaks with his coworkers, the less they initiate a conversation with him. When he enters the break room and passes people in the hallway without anyone speaking to him, he thinks, I must be socially awkward. The more he thinks about how awkward he is, the more nervous he feels about starting conversations. As his anxiety increases, his desire to avoid his coworkers also increases. This results in
a self-perpetuating cycle.

To understand mental strength,

you have to learn how your thoughts, behaviors, and feelings are all intertwined, often working together to create a dangerous downward spiral as in the preceding example.

This is why developing mental strength requires a three-pronged approach:

1. Thoughts

Identifying irrational thoughts and replacing them with more realistic thoughts.

2. Behaviors

Behaving positively despite the circumstances.

3. Emotions

Controlling your emotions so your emotions don’t control you.
We hear it all the time: “Think positive.” But optimism alone isn’t enough to help you reach your full potential.

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CHOOSE BEHAVIOR BASED ON BALANCED EMOTIONS AND RATIONAL THINKING

Increasing your mental strength isn’t about simply reading this book or declaring, that you’re tough. Instead, it’s about incorporating strategies into your life that will help you reach your full potential. Just like you need to work to maintain your physical strength, mental strength requires ongoing maintenance. And there is always room for improvement. If your mental muscles aren’t being maintained
or strengthened, they’ll begin to atrophy.

No one is immune to making mistakes and having bad days.

There will be times when your emotions get the best of you, times when you believe thoughts that aren’t true and times when you engage in self-destructive or unproductive behavior. But those times will grow fewer and farther between when you’re actively working to increase your mental strength.

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1. THEY DON’T WASTE TIME FEELING SORRY FOR THEMSELVES.

It’s not that some people have willpower and some don’t It’s that some people are ready to change and others are not.—JAMES GORDON

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2. THEY DON’T GIVE AWAY THEIR POWER

When we hate our enemies, we are giving them power over us: power over our sleep, our appetites, our blood pressure, our health, and our happiness. —DALE CARNEGIE

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3. THEY DON’T SHY AWAY FROM CHANGE

It’s not that some people have willpower and some don’t It’s that some people are ready to change and others are not.—JAMES GORDON

4. THEY DON’T FOCUS ON THINGS THEY CAN’T CONTROL

You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them.—MAYA ANGELOU

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5. THEY DON’T WORRY ABOUT PLEASING EVERYONE

Care about what other people think and you will always be their prisoner.—LAO TZU

6. THEY DON’T FEAR TAKING CALCULATED RISKS

Don’t be too timid and squeamish about your actions. All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better.—RALPH WALDO EMERSON

7. THEY DON’T DWELL ON THE PAST

We do not heal the past by dwelling there; we heal the past by living fully in the present.—MARIANNE WILLIAMSON

8. THEY DON’T MAKE THE SAME MISTAKES OVER AND OVER

The only real mistake is the one from which we learn nothing.—JOHN POWELL

9. THEY DON’T RESENT OTHER PEOPLE’S SUCCESS 

Resentment is like drinking poison and then hoping it will kill your enemies.—NELSON MANDELA

10. THEY DON’T GIVE UP AFTER THE FIRST FAILURE

Failure is part of the process of success. People who avoid failure also avoid success.—ROBERT T. KIYOSAKI

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11. THEY DON’T FEAR ALONE TIME

All man’s miseries derive from not being able to sit quietly in a room alone.—BLAISE PASCAL

12. THEY DON’T FEEL THE WORLD OWES THEM ANYTHING  

Don’t go around saying the world owes you a living. The world owes you nothing. It was here first.—ROBERT JONES BURNETT

13. THEY DON’T EXPECT IMMEDIATE RESULTS

Patience, persistence, and perspiration make an unbeatable combination for success.—NAPOLEON HILL

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COACH YOURSELF

Just like any good coach should provide a combination of support and advice to help you get better, be willing to do that for yourself. Look at what you’re doing well and build on your strengths. Identify areas that need improvement and challenge yourself to get better. Create growth opportunities but understand that you’ll never be perfect. Try to improve a little each day by following these
steps:

• Monitor Your Behavior

Look for times when your behavior sabotages your efforts to build mental strength; for example, repeating the same mistakes, shying away from change, or giving up after the first failure. Then identify strategies to help you behave more productively.

• Regulate Your Emotions

Be on the lookout for times when you’re feeling sorry for yourself, fearing calculated risks, feeling like the world owes you something, fearing alone time, resenting other people’s success, or worrying about pleasing everyone. Don’t allow those types of feelings to hold you back from reaching your full potential. Remember, if you want to change how you feel, you have to change how you think and behave.

• Think About Your Thoughts

It takes some extra effort and energy to really evaluate your thoughts. But overly positive or exaggeratedly negative thoughts will influence how you feel and behave and can interfere with your quest for mental strength.

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Examine whether your thoughts are realistic before determining a course of action so you can make the best decisions for yourself. Identify beliefs and thoughts that will hold you back, such as those that encourage you to give away your power, waste energy on things you can’t control, dwell on the past, or expect immediate results.

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Replace them with more realistic and productive thoughts.

Just like a good trainer at the gym encourages a healthy lifestyle outside of the gym, being a good coach means you’ll need to create a lifestyle conducive to building mental strength. It’s impossible to build mental strength if you’re not taking care of yourself physically.

Not eating right and not getting enough sleep make it difficult to manage your emotions, think clearly, and behave productively. So take steps to ensure that you’re creating an environment that will set you up for success.

Although acquiring mental strength is a personal journey,

You don’t have to go it completely alone. It’s hard to become your best self without help from other people. Ask for help when you need it and surround yourself with supportive people.

Sometimes, other people can offer tips and strategies about what helps them and you may be able to apply those to your life in a way that helps you along your journey. If you find that your friends and family aren’t able to provide you with the type of support that you need, seek professional help.

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A trained counselor can assist you in your efforts to create change.

As your mental strength increases, you’ll become more aware that not everyone is as interested in increasing their mental strength. Clearly, you can’t force anyone else to change his or her life, that’s up to that individual. But rather than a complaint about people who aren’t mentally strong, commit to being a healthy role model for others. Teach your children how to be mentally strong because clearly, they’re not learning these skills in the outside world. But if you work on striving to be your best, people around you, including your children,
will take notice.

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