The 5 key factors

  1. Practice mindfulness: Mindfulness is the ability to be present in the moment and to observe our thoughts and feelings without judgment. Mindfulness practices such as meditation, yoga, or journaling can help us to develop a greater awareness of our thoughts and emotions, and to respond to stress in a more constructive way.
  2. Cultivate a positive attitude: A positive attitude can help us to see the best in people and situations, and to view challenges as opportunities for growth. Try to focus on the good things in your life and practice gratitude for what you have.
  3. Build a support network: Surround yourself with people who care about you and who can provide emotional support and encouragement. Having a strong support network can help us to feel less alone and to cope better with stress.
  4. Learn to set boundaries: Knowing when to say “no” to commitments and demands that are not in our best interest can help us to protect our time and energy. Setting boundaries can also help us to avoid burnout and to prioritize our well-being.
  5. Practice self-care: Taking care of our physical, emotional and mental health is crucial for building inner resilience. This may include regular exercise, healthy eating, and getting enough sleep. Also, it’s important to engage in activities that bring us joy and relaxation.

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  1. I’m a little Dismayed at the AI writer I have been using lately……I just found out the the data entered has leaning biases.

    “the people who developed our AI have their own biases and these could be reflected in the design and decision making process of the AI model.”

    It is Getting very hard to get away from AI, watch out for your kids using AI tools……which is almost every search engine and fact-checking tool on the net.

    We need to get back to book-research and thoughts……

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