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Dr. Amit Sood says adversity can help a person feel stronger, climb higher.
Dr. Amit Sood says when you choose to be kind to yourself, it becomes easier to be kind to the world.
Dr.. Amit Sood advises spending more time thinking about the good people in your life.
Ask not if I am resilient; ask how am I resilient?

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Recognize that a lot of things are not in your control. You can’t stop the rain, but you can open the umbrella.
Dr. Sood says treat everything with purpose and grace.
If you are allergic to peanuts, that doesn’t mean you or peanuts are bad. Similarly, you can have a mutual allergy with someone, even though you both are good in your own way.
You are being productive by choosing to be unproductive.
Zoom in by taking one thing at a time; zoom out by thinking long term.
Dr. Sood's younger daughter recently had a health scare.

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Someone helping correct my errors is like a doctor detecting early cancer.
You can pick information and interpret it in a way that makes you wiser, kinder and a more loving human being with a more hopeful and inspiring view of the world.
Sometimes a loss can be a gain, depending on its prescribed meaning.

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