Mindfulness – Key to Right Attitude and Resilience among Adolescent Students By Dr. Geeta Menon


Mindfulness is the fundamental human capacity to be present, conscious of our surroundings and activities, and free from overreaction and overwhelm. The paper is a theoretical presentation the researcher’s review based on several papers on the topic of mindfulness.  The three mechanisms of mindfulness; Intention, Attention, and Attitude. Introducing adolescents to mindfulness can be a great way to support the early development of emotional intelligence, self-regulation, and stress management. Some methods are interactive mindfulness, mindful breathing, mindful language, and patience and being non-judgement; to accept things as they are. Schools can provide access to mindfulness resources and tools, offer mindfulness-based stress reduction classes, or integrate mindfulness programs into their curricula. Resilience can be fostered by positivity and mindfulness. A well-rounded teenager welcomes obstacles as chances for personal development and develops the right attitude towards life.

Keywords: mindfulness, resilience, adolescent student’s attitude, positive reinforcement

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