Resilience is the capacity of individuals to navigate their way to resources that sustain their physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and Family well-being. You can be a model for your children and for other Family and friends in their own life situations. You may not always feel strong and in control, but you can learn methods that help you keep moving forward.
Resilience is the human ability to go through a difficult or stressful situation and bounce back. You may have seen people who have been challenged by serious accidents, circumstances, or events that are out of their control. Yet, these people remain strong and can quickly get back to a state of normal emotion.
Resilience does not necessarily involve a crisis or life-altering event. Resilience is also the ability of individuals to navigate their way to resources that support their psychological, cultural, spiritual, social, and physical well-being. Finally, resilience is the ability to draw on one’s strengths, coping skills, and supportive relationships to manage changes and face adversity effectively. Why is it important to develop resilience? To face challenges and prevail, you must be resilient. How well can you bounce back from hardships and misfortunes? Happiness is easy in good times. However, in difficult times, remaining productive and positive can be challenging.
Resilient individuals remain strong and face unexpected changes with the confidence that they can overcome the situation. The cycle of deployment presents opportunities for increasing your resilience. You can be a model for your children and for other Family and friends in their own life situations. You may not always feel strong and in control, but you can learn methods that help you keep moving forward. Start the Module.
Put it into Practice:
- Brief Resilience Scale
- Hunt the Good Stuff Worksheet
- Recognizing Resilience Take Action
- Resilience Characteristics Worksheet
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