When people talk about being on the 5G Network then this means something different to me.
I have a 5G network of my own:
We develop mental toughness or grit when situations are challenging.
Grit signifies strength of character as it encompasses great effort, deep commitment and interest in achieving goals over long periods of time despite setbacks, failure and adversity.
Grit is about turning the impossible into possible and by pushing through invisible boundaries. Gritty people rarely get tired, distracted or give up and they adapt to setbacks with a positive attitude.
When it comes to cancer, you need true grit.
Grinding is all about doing hard work.
We all have times when we don’t feel like doing much but the work won’t just disappear. We have to force ourselves to grind it out and do the work even when we aren’t in the mood.
Grinding it out means overcoming our innate desire for instant gratification and its immediate rewards. When we put in the hard work then we have earned a rest.
When it comes to cancer, grinding it out means working hard keeping fit and staying positive.
Being gracious means choosing kindness and courtesy over harshness.
We need to use every opportunity to show we are kind and caring. And regardless of the situation, we must treat others with consideration and with respect. Being graceful is one of the most human acts available to us.
When it comes to cancer, it is too easy to be bitter but treating yourself with respect comes first.
Having gratitude means being thankful for everything we have, especially for the things that are not things: our families, our friends, our school, and our teachers.
Being grateful for what you have is healthy.
When it comes to cancer, there is still plenty to be grateful for.
We can’t just spend our lives taking. We have to give and give something back and give without expecting anything in return too.
Studies show that giving can actually boost our physical and mental health. It promotes social connection, it decreases blood pressure, reduces stress and makes you feel happy.
By giving back, in ways big and small, we are helping those around us and making a difference.
When it comes to cancer, giving back means helping inspire others.