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Five factors for personal resilience


Every child experiences Hardships, Frustration and Disappointment of some kind. They are part of life. Pets pass away. Friends move town. Families move home and kids change schools. Children miss being picked for a team. Teens are left off party invitation lists.    Coping with Hardships, Frustration and Disappointments, both big and small is part of growing up.   How kids respond to these events will be determined by their resilience and will have a profound impact on their future success and well-being.    There are five factors to consider that contribute to children’s and young people’s resilience.   These factors are:   Spirit. Some kids through their temperaments have resilient spirits. You know these kids because they spring back quickly from adversity. They experience disappointment and they respond qui...(sign-up as a member to continue reading this article)


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