If you react to a stressful situation with knee jerk reactions or anger, then you may need to work on your emotional resilience, says Cristina McLauchlan. Photo: May Tse If you react to a stressful situation with knee jerk reactions or anger, then you may need to work on your emotional resilience, says Cristina McLauchlan. Photo: May Tse
If you react to a stressful situation with knee jerk reactions or anger, then you may need to work on your emotional resilience, says Cristina McLauchlan. Photo: May Tse
Wellness

How to build emotional resilience and deal with stress better

  • Cristina McLauchlan used to tackle stress with cigarettes and wine, but now she has built emotional resilience that helps her cope better
  • She offers practical tips on how you can build your own, such as daily journaling, deep breathing techniques and drinking lemon water

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If you react to a stressful situation with knee jerk reactions or anger, then you may need to work on your emotional resilience, says Cristina McLauchlan. Photo: May Tse If you react to a stressful situation with knee jerk reactions or anger, then you may need to work on your emotional resilience, says Cristina McLauchlan. Photo: May Tse
If you react to a stressful situation with knee jerk reactions or anger, then you may need to work on your emotional resilience, says Cristina McLauchlan. Photo: May Tse
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