Program Outcomes

Resilience to stress


Beneficial For:

  • One who worries a lot about many things at once
  • One who cannot control overseeing adverse outcomes of situations
  • One who frequently feels angry and irritable
  • One who wants to understand the cause of their stress

We Will Help You With:

  • Dealing effectively with adverse situations
  • Experience improved quality of sleep
  • Making your outlook towards life more positive
  • Techniques to deal effectively with your stressors


Stress is our naturally occurring physical, behavioral, emotional and cognitive response to situations that are perceived as threatening or pressurizing. Experiencing stress is an inevitable part of our life and it cannot be vanished completely. However, the levels of experienced stress can be modified.

In fact, some amount of stress is necessary for energizing us to work towards our goal and it definitely adds to our performance. This kind of stress is called Eustress (good stress). The problem begins once this minimal level of stress reaches high levels, making Eustress into distress (bad stress).

If you’re living with disturbing levels of stress, your wellbeing might be at risk. It may seem like there’s nothing you can do about stress. But you have a lot more control than you might think.

Effective stress management can help you break the hold stress has on your life, so you can be happier, healthier, and more productive. The ultimate goal is a balanced life, with time for work, relationships, relaxation, and fun—and the resilience to hold up under pressure and meet challenges head on.


Frequently Asked Questions

To help you become more resilient to stressful situations, start with basic adjustments to your daily routine. Work so that you have time to exercise, eat well, engage in soothing hobbies, and sleep. In fact, it can be crucial to include an exercise routine when feeling stressed, which for others may involve yoga or meditation.

Emotional resilience is the capacity to adjust to challenging circumstances or emergencies. People who are more resilient can "roll with the punches" and overcome adversity without experiencing long-term troubles, people who are less resilient find it more difficult to cope with stress and life changes of all sizes.

In counselling, you learn skills and healthy copying strategies to deal with stressful situations in more adaptive ways.

Resilience is necessary to comprehend and get through adversity, it is significant. Those who lack resilience find it difficult to cope with stress and may resort to negative coping strategies. To overcome obstacles and solve issues, resilient people lean on their assets and network of allies.

While the majority of stress research has concentrated on the negative consequences of stress exposure, other ideas contend that moderate stress may actually help people become more resilient psychologically.

To understand and overcome hardship, resilience is essential. Those who lack resilience struggle to handle stress and could turn to unhealthy coping mechanisms. People that are resilient rely on their resources and network of supporters to overcome challenges and find solutions.

Having the ability to plan forward realistically, being capable of executing those plans, being able to control your emotions and impulsive behaviour in a healthy way, being able to communicate effectively.

A person's ability to adapt to difficult situations or emergencies is referred to as emotional resilience. People who are more resilient can "roll with the punches" and get through hardships without incurring long-term problems; those who are less resilient find it more challenging to handle stress and changes in their lives of all sizes.

The capacity to adjust to challenging circumstances is resilience. An individual still feel wrath, grief, and suffering when faced with stress, hardship, or tragedy, yet he is still able to carry on with his daily activities on a physical and psychological level.

Start by making simple modifications to your daily schedule. Work in such a way that you have time for healthy eating, exercise, relaxing hobbies, and rest. When under stress, it might actually be really important to include exercise in your regimen; for some people, this may entail yoga or meditation.

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Although we try to run from it, it is still there. Although we try to cover it up and smoother it, it is still there. Although we try to put on a brave, happy, smiley face and pretend it away, but it’s still there. It’s not a defect, but an illness and can be handled by helping through mental wellness solutions and therapy.

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