For the month of May, our focus is on resilience. It’s about how stick-to-itiveness and steadfastness helped others to achieve. Our May issue features submissions and stories from incredible individuals who have demonstrated resilience in all shapes and forms, and below are summaries of these stories. Read the full-length entries in our magazine.
“910” is a section that uncovers stories of wrong first or last impressions and how you can influence them in your favor. Dr. Raman K. Attri shares his experience with wrong impressions in his in-depth and powerful story. Read our May issue to learn how he showed strength in the face of adversity.
“Inside Out” tackles issues of confidence, self-esteem, and self-love. Alyse Tatevosian shares a situation where she needed to find her inner strength and how she used it to rediscover her sense of self-love and self-esteem in Mass Appeal Magazine.
What obstacles, failures, distress, hurdles, and challenges have you faced? What unpleasant or negative feelings did you have during that time? For our “Bulletproof” section, Nikki Webster responds to these questions and shares her story of how resilience kept her bulletproof.
May’s “Moral Code” section asked for people to share other qualities besides optimism that would help someone be resilient. Read Alik and Lauren Colbert’s suggestions focusing on laughter yoga, and how you can use it in your life to improve it both personally and professionally. “Surrender” focuses on various stress factors, how to mitigate them, and how to release what does not serve our well being. Rich Heller and Julia Bobak wrote in what they felt were the best practices to surrender to stressful events without giving up on your goals, and using resilience to stay in alignment with them. Head to our magazine to read their insightful words.
This month’s affirm section includes inspirational poems and quotes on resilience. Charlie Mitchell’s poetry will leave you feeling better than you did before, guaranteed. Read today in Mass Appeal.