Boost Emotional Resilience Through Lightheartedness

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I used to think that being light-hearted meant being aloof or that I don’t care about anything, but that’s not true.

I’ve learned it’s one of the best ways to build resilience because its nature is like water. It’s flexible, adaptable, and it flows.

Lightheartedness means letting go while being totally aware and engaged in the moment so that I can…

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Blake Baldwin

Blake Baldwin

Writer and mindfulness practitioner creating content for inviting awareness, insight, and balance into daily life.