Emotional Insecurities and Psychological Resilience.

This week I wanted to write about something important such as the importance of being resilient.  This article will help others who could go through hard situations finding themselves trapped in a spiral where the door seems has disappeared. 

Some people get surprised with me when in some extreme cases of my life I keep my head up in a place with calm, walking through the "hot coal without losing the composure" as some of them say.

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Of course, lousy life's events and misfortune hurt and weak anyone going through them, but I am in charge of my life, and I will decide either what is going to be or not important to me to make me react. 

Life could hit you harder bringing you down.  It might smash you, mess you up, destroy you, and let you without breath, but you'll fight back and defeat it by resisting, lifting your head up, becoming stronger, and developing coping skills that will save your life and mental health.  It is called resilience, and it can be learned to become more flexible and emotionally stronger gaining stability in your life.  

Let's talk about insecurities:

According to the dictionary, insecurity refers to a lack of confidence, uncertainty or anxiety about oneself, but also as a state where the individual is open to danger or threat, practically lack of protection.

Apparently, the fact of self-doubt increases the risk of being not only unprotected from people who could take advantage but also it will decrease your mental health.  Giving way too many other psychological issues such as personality disorder, depression, anxiety etc. 

Let 's talk about emotional insecurity which is the measure of the stability of an individual's emotional state.  When the individuals perceive themselves to be vulnerable, unstable or inferior in some way this situation creates a feeling of insecurity and nervousness.   Adversity and stress can present themselves in the shape of family or relationship issues, health problems, workplace and financial instability, among others.

The idea of emotional security of an individual is to be imminent from that of emotional safety or protection provided by a non-threatening, supportive environment.  An individual who is susceptible to a period of depression being triggered by lesser reverse or defeat is said to be less "emotionally secure".

A person whose general happiness is not very excited even by significant perturbation, agitation, or stress in the model or build of their life might be said to be exceptionally emotionally secure.

Psychological resilience is an individual's ability to successfully adapt to life responsibility in the face of social deprivation or other critical adverse conditions.  Resistance is the ability to hop back from a negative experience with "knowledge, experience, and adequate purpose".  Resilience is not a weird or new ability; indeed an average of individuals have it as it mainly can be learned and developed by anyone. 

Being resilient is a process of self-awareness, and acceptance going through a sequence of experiences, developing coping skills and gradually discovery personal and unique abilities.  In this sense, emotional security can be understood as part of resilience, as it concerns coping with the individual's mental and socioeconomic situation.  The individual learns, and develop what it needs it to survive and grow up successfully, fulfilling their life creating emotional security.