RESILIENCE Created by: Donna anderson and tammy reynolds (information from RIRO Handbook).
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Created by: Donna anderson and tammy reynolds
(information from RIRO Handbook)
While outside help is essential in times of trouble, it is insufficient. Along with food and shelter, children need love and trust,hope and autonomy. Along with safe havens, they need safe relationships that can foster friendships and commitment. They need loving support and self-confidence, the faith in themselves and their world, all of which builds resilience.
How parents and caregivers respond to situations, and how they help a child to respond, separates those adults who promote resilience in their children from those who destroy resilience or send confusing messages that both promote and inhibit resilience.
We can learn to be resilient!
“With resilience, children can triumph over trauma; without it, trauma (adversity) triumphs.”
“My ability to engage in creative problem solving, have the ability to see other points of view and to challenge my own views, and my ability to move on with daily life despite obstacles.”