Here are True Stories of Overcoming Adversity in Life

Adversity comes in all shapes and sizes. We all fall on hard times at some point in life. It can be big things like cancer, physical or emotional abuse, job loss, divorce, or losing a loved one. It can be a lot of annoying little things too. 

When Trouble Comes

Overcoming Adversity

Adversity, whether from physical or life events, can lead to unwarranted fear and dread. That's the source of the problems. When we don't recognize the effect adrenaline has on us, the result can be damaging to our physical and mental health.

When we go through the junk in our lives, we often feel embarrassed. Sometimes embarrassment turns to guilt. Guilt then turns to shame. Shame often leads to isolation.

Isolation and Overcoming Adversity

1.Slow down your breathing

Four Steps to Reduce Stress

2. Healthy eating 

3. Exercise

Four Steps to Reduce Stress

4. Communication