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  • Times of vulnerability will inevitably show up to balance out the good times in life.

    人生不會總是一帆風順,脆弱易受傷的玻璃心,也是不可避免會存在的。

  • And as humans, we've evolved some pretty unhealthy ways of dealing with them.

    作為人類,我們已經進化出一些非常不健康的方式來面對脆弱的心靈。

  • We may mask our vulnerability beneath other negative emotions like anger and jealousy,

    我們可能會把自已的脆弱,隱藏在憤怒和嫉妒等其他負面情緒之下

  • deny it in order to convince ourselves and others that we are okay, or even blame our

    而否認玻璃心存在的事實,目的是為了說服自己和他人相信,我們是沒問題的,甚至將我們的問題

  • problems entirely on external sources.

    完全歸咎於外來因素所造成。

  • These walls we built around our weak spots can protect us from being badly hurt, but

    我們在自己最脆弱之處,築起一道心靈的圍牆來避免受到傷害

  • the longer we work to hold them up, the more we allow our vulnerabilities to grow within

    但我們越是努力支撑這面牆,我們的脆弱就越發在體內滋長

  • us, snowballing into something more sinister like feelings of self-hatred, despair and

    像滾雪球般變成某種更惡劣的感覺,像是自我仇恨,絕望

  • even apathy, which can leave us prone to depression.

    甚至冷漠無情,這將導致我們陷入沮喪、抑鬱的情境。

  • But believe it or not, there are ways to transform vulnerability into something that gives us

    但不管你信不信,總有些方法能將脆弱轉化為向上提昇

  • strength to go forward instead of holding us back.

    而不是阻礙我們的力量。

  • Here are three steps to turning vulnerability into a superpower.

    以下是將脆弱轉為剛強的三個步驟。

  • One; change your mindset.

    第一,改變你的心態。

  • That means stop playing the victim.

    這意味著停止扮演悲情的角色。

  • It's tough love but only when you stop using vulnerability as an excuse to feel sorry for

    這是愛之深責之切,但惟有當你停止用悲情作為自己難過的

  • yourself.

    藉口。

  • Can you take responsibility for your situation and change it.

    你才能為自己負責並做出改變。

  • Instead of ruminating on your misfortune, move towards the mindset of acceptance.

    與其陷在不幸的遭遇中無法自拔,不如接受事實走出悲傷。

  • That means deeply acknowledging a painful situation and your personal role in bringing

    這意味著你深切地認知你在某一個痛苦的處境,以及你在其中扮演的角色

  • it about without allowing these things to define your identity.

    但你不會因這樣而失去自我。

  • Sure, a bad thing may be happening to you now, but it is not characteristic of you.

    當然,現在你可能正面臨一件糟糕的事,但這不是只有你會碰到。

  • When you identify your own self harming behavior, you acknowledge that you have the power to

    當你可以辨別自我傷害的行為時, 你就會知道你有能力改變它

  • change it, and that's when you start to take control as a superhero rather than a damsel

    那時候你就可以從一個脆弱的玻璃心,蛻變成一個

  • in distress.

    超級英雄。

  • Two; tear down those walls.

    第二, 拆掉你心靈周圍的牆。

  • Reach out to others and share your story.

    走向人群並分享你的故事。

  • When you stop playing the victim, you stop looking to others for consolation, and as

    當你停止扮演悲情的角色時,你就不會再想去尋求他人的安慰

  • a result, people will feel safer sharing their ideas because they won't feel responsible

    结果就是,大家會更樂意告訴你他們的想法,因為他們不必擔負

  • for fixing you.

    療癒你的責任。

  • So stop expecting others to swoop in and save you, and instead, use them as a source of inspiration.

    因此,不要期待別人來拯救你,而是將周遭的人作為靈感來源。

  • You'll find that more people can relate to you than you think.

    你會發現可以與你連結的人,比你想像的還要更多。

  • And once you realize that you're not the only one carrying this burden, you'll fill its

    一旦你意識到背負這樣重擔的人,並不是只有你一個,你就能

  • weight lift from your shoulders and a sudden sort of power that allows you to move forward.

    卸下肩頭重擔,並感受到一種使你前進的力量。

  • That's the moment your vulnerability turns into a superpower.

    從那一刻起,你就開始從脆弱變為剛強了。

  • Three; commits to the new mindset.

    第三, 要有新的思維。

  • You might expect your brand-new superpower to make you positively unstoppable, but think

    你可能會期待,全新而剛強的你將勢不可擋,但是請再

  • again.

    想一想。

  • As any comic book will tell you, even being a superhero requires hard work and maintenance.

    任何一本漫畫書都會告訴你,即使是超級英雄,也需要努力的來維持他的狀態。

  • Small continuous efforts are required to prevent negative feelings from snowballing again,

    你需要持續不斷的努力,以防止負面情緒的發酵

  • especially if you're prone to mental illness.

    特別是當你感到精神脆弱的時候。

  • A good mindfulness routine is the perfect countermeasure.

    最好的對策就是持續保持一顆警醒的心。

  • When you feel that victim mentality creeping up again, try doing some stream-of-consciousness

    當你感覺悲情的心態又悄悄地爬上了心頭時,嘗試寫一些有意義的日記

  • journaling, gratitude journaling, meditation and track your sleep to ensure you get those

    感恩日記,或是冥想,留心你的睡眠,以確保你獲得

  • eight hours.

    八個小時良好的休息。

  • These strategies lead to a heightened awareness of the good things in life that when recognized

    這樣可以使我們更能意識到生活中的美好事物

  • on a daily basis can stop you from falling victim to vulnerability.

    當我們每天都體認到這些美好事物時,就不會有悲情的心態了。

  • Hey Psych2Goers, don't forget that you're not alone on your self-improvement journey.

    嗨,收看 Psych2Go 視頻的粉絲們,別忘了,在自我成長的旅途中,你並不孤單。

  • Christine is an up-and-coming freelance blogger, documenting her struggles through life and

    克麗斯汀是一位自由部落客的明日之星,她將生活中所經歷的困難

  • the strategies she's learned to get through them.

    以及她從中學會如何克服这些困難的策略,都記錄下來。

  • This video is one of those stories.

    這部影片就是其中之一。

  • Feel free to check out her wordpress site link below, we're sure it will help you fill

    隨時歡迎到她的網頁來看看,網站鏈接在下方,我們相信它對我們

  • us along.

    都有幫助。

  • Thanks for watching!

    謝謝收看!

Times of vulnerability will inevitably show up to balance out the good times in life.

人生不會總是一帆風順,脆弱易受傷的玻璃心,也是不可避免會存在的。

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如何將脆弱性轉化為一種超級力量? (How to Turn Vulnerability into a Superpower)

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