Resilience

Resilience

Resilience is about being able to balance difficulty with opportunity and taking helpful actions. Resilience can be developed and enhanced throughout life. To be resilient means having the ability to cope with a difficult or stressful time.

What is resilience? 

Resilience is defined as our ability to recover quickly from day to day difficulties. Resilience allows a person to cope with challenging circumstances and rebound from adversity a stronger and more resourceful person.

Resilience is an ongoing process 

While some people may appear to have a greater tendency to resilience than others, it is important to understand that resilience is an ongoing process in life, rather than something you have or don’t have.

Building Resilience

 

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