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Elizabeth Scott, M.S.

How Resilient Are You?

By June 11, 2007

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Emotional resilience refers to one’s ability to adapt to stressful situations or crises. More resilient people are able to ‘roll with the punches’, and adapt to adversity without lasting difficulties. Learn more about emotional resilience.

The Traits, Benefits and Development of Emotional Resilience

Emotional resilience is partially inborn, but can (and should) be learned and developed. If you’d like to be able to handle life’s challenges (both major and minor) with greater ease, to grow from adversity, and to turn potentially negative events into positive ones, the following steps can help you to do just that, and to become more emotionally resilient.

How To Become More Resilient

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