Learning Resilience

Looking at several extensive studies, Maria Kinnikova of the New Yorker, explores the idea of learning resilience as a set of skills.  Studies revealed that resilience is not an inherent trait, but that it can be taught. The studies that are outlined determined that traumatic events do not necessarily have the power to drive our ability to be resilient, but it is our response and outlook to these stressors and that determine our ability to be resilient.


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