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Kanrawee Setsakhonkun (Nan)

(Final Draft)

How do you become strong?

Would you like to be able to deal with life’s ups and downs with strength and grace? Becoming mentally and emotionally strong isn’t something that happens overnight. If you can start seeing every curveball life throws as a chance to practice being stronger, you’ll begin accruing wisdom and clarity that you can put to the test when things really get hard

Here are the resolutions that will help you grow mentally stronger:

  1. I’m going to create a timeline for my dream.

A lot of people say, “I’d like to write a book someday,” or “Someday I’m going to launch my own business.” But since Someday never appears on the calendar, it’s unlikely you’ll actually do it. Turn your dream into a goal by creating a realistic timeline for yourself. Even if you can’t tackle it for another a year or two, start researching or learning more about your dream now.

  1. I’ll spend more time with friends and family.

It’s easy to become so caught up in the day-to-day grind that you don’t set aside time for friends and family. But studies show that spending time with loved ones is critical to your well-being. Make it a priority to spend time with the important people in your life.

In all things Jesus is the perfect example. He had a good relationship with His parents. Jesus’ parents spent more time with Him on earth than anyone else. From what we can tell, He lived with them for the better part of two decades, and some think He may have lived with them until He began His ministry around thirty “23 And Jesus himself began to be about thirty years of age, being (as was supposed) the son of Joseph, which was the son of Heli,

“Luke 3:23 .

 

  1. I’ll create a life that is in line with my values.

It’s one thing to say you value giving back to the community or that you value caring for the environment—living according to those values isn’t always so easy. Evaluate where you devote your time and energy and see if you want to make any lifestyle shifts that would help ensure that your life is in line with your values. Living according to your values is an essential component to mastering your mental strength.

  1. I’m going to give up one bad habit.

Letting go of a bad habit can help you work smarter, not harder. So rather than saying you’re going to eat more vegetables, commit to giving up that bag of chips you eat at lunch every day. Giving up bad habits that rob you of mental strength, like feeling sorry for yourself, will ensure your healthy habits are much more effective.

When you want to become a strong person you have to know what you wanted to do. if you didn’t have any confidence that what you wanted to do God will tell you. You also knew that no matter how hard you worked to make my desires come true, no amount of forward-thinking or effort would succeed if it was outside of God’s will for your life

“unless the Lord builds the house,

those who build it labor in vain.

Unless the Lord watches over the city,

the watchman stays awake in vain.

nless the Lord builds the house,

those who build it labor in vain.

Unless the Lord watches over the city,

the watchman stays awake in vain.”

Psalm 127:1.

 

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Corrected by Parisa

(Second Draft)

How do you become strong?

Would you like to be able to deal with life’s ups and downs with strength and grace? Becoming mentally and emotionally strong isn’t something that happens overnight. If you can start seeing every curveball life throws as a chance to practice being stronger, you’ll begin accruing wisdom and clarity that you can put to the test when things really get hard

Here are the resolutions that will help you grow mentally stronger:

  1. I’m going to create a timeline for my dream.

A lot of people say, “I’d like to write a book someday,” or “Someday I’m going to launch my own business.” But since Someday never appears on the calendar, it’s unlikely you’ll actually do it. Turn your dream into a goal by creating a realistic timeline for yourself. Even if you can’t tackle it for another a year or two, start researching or learning more about your dream now.

  1. I’ll spend more time with friends and family.

It’s easy to become so caught up in the day-to-day grind that you don’t set aside time for friends and family. But studies show that spending time with loved ones is critical to your well-being. Make it a priority to spend time with the important people in your life.

In all things Jesus is the perfect example. He had a good relationship with His parents. Jesus’ parents spent more time with Him on earth than anyone else. From what we can tell, He lived with them for the better part of two decades, and some think He may have lived with them until He began His ministry around thirty “23 And Jesus himself began to be about thirty years of age, being (as was supposed) the son of Joseph, which was the son of Heli,

“Luke 3:23.

 

  1. I’ll create a life that is in line with my values.

It’s one thing to say you value giving back to the community or that you value caring for the environment—living according to those values isn’t always so easy. Evaluate where you devote your time and energy and see if you want to make any lifestyle shifts that would help ensure that your life is in line with your values. Living according to your values is an essential component to mastering your mental strength.

  1. I’m going to give up one bad habit.

Letting go of a bad habit can help you work smarter, not harder. So rather than saying you’re going to eat more vegetables, commit to giving up that bag of chips you eat at lunch every day. Giving up bad habits that rob you of mental strength, like feeling sorry for yourself, will ensure your healthy habits are much more effective.

When you want to become a strong person you have to know what you wanted to do. if you didn’t have any confidence that what you wanted to do God will tell you. You also knew that no matter how hard you worked to make my desires come true, no amount of forward-thinking or effort would succeed if it was outside of God’s will for your life

“unless the Lord builds the house,

those who build it labor in vain.

Unless the Lord watches over the city,

the watchman stays awake in vain.

nless the Lord builds the house,

those who build it labor in vain.

Unless the Lord watches over the city,

the watchman stays awake in vain.”

Psalm 127:1.

 

 

(Fisrt draft)

How do you become strong?

Would you like to be able to deal with life’s ups and downs with strength and grace? Becoming mentally and emotionally strong isn’t something that happens overnight. If you can start seeing every curveball life throws as a chance to practice being stronger, you’ll begin accruing wisdom and clarity that you can put to the test when things really get hard

You have to approach it from the inner perspective, from a perspective of mental strength, emotional balance and inner peace.

When people hear these terms, one thing that they think about is confidence.

Confidence allows you to be mentally strong, to be optimistic about whatever emotional situations life throws at you and to be at peace with yourself whatever happens.

Here are the resolutions that will help you grow mentally stronger:

  1. I’m going to create a timeline for my dream.

A lot of people say, “I’d like to write a book someday,” or “Someday I’m going to launch my own business.” But since Someday never appears on the calendar, it’s unlikely you’ll actually do it. Turn your dream into a goal by creating a realistic timeline for yourself. Even if you can’t tackle it for another a year or two, start researching or learning more about your dream now.

  1. I’ll spend more time with friends and family.

It’s easy to become so caught up in the day-to-day grind that you don’t set aside time for friends and family. But studies show that spending time with loved ones is critical to your well-being. Make it a priority to spend time with the important people in your life.

In all things Jesus is the perfect example. He had a good relationship with His parents. Jesus’ parents spent more time with Him on earth than anyone else. From what we can tell, He lived with them for the better part of two decades, and some think He may have lived with them until He began His ministry around thirty “23 And Jesus himself began to be about thirty years of age, being (as was supposed) the son of Joseph, which was the son of Heli,

“Luke 3:23.

 

  1. I’ll create a life that is in line with my values.

It’s one thing to say you value giving back to the community or that you value caring for the environment—living according to those values isn’t always so easy. Evaluate where you devote your time and energy and see if you want to make any lifestyle shifts that would help ensure that your life is in line with your values. Living according to your values is an essential component to mastering your mental strength.

  1. I’m going to give up one bad habit.

Letting go of a bad habit can help you work smarter, not harder. So rather than saying you’re going to eat more vegetables, commit to giving up that bag of chips you eat at lunch every day. Giving up bad habits that rob you of mental strength, like feeling sorry for yourself, will ensure your healthy habits are much more effective.

When you want to become a strong person you have to know what you wanted to do. if you didn’t have any confidence that what you wanted to do God will tell you. You also knew that no matter how hard you worked to make my desires come true, no amount of forward-thinking or effort would succeed if it was outside of God’s will for your life

“unless the Lord builds the house,

those who build it labor in vain.

Unless the Lord watches over the city,

the watchman stays awake in vain.

nless the Lord builds the house,

those who build it labor in vain.

Unless the Lord watches over the city,

the watchman stays awake in vain.”

Psalm 127:1.