Emotional Resilience


The article starts of with a history of similar mindfulness techniques. The article is useful and informative, however, to get information on resilience, you have to read deep into it. It gives information such as: “Emotional resilience measures our ability to cope with or adapt to stressful situations or crises – be this a hurricane in Kathmandu or an A-level exam in Kingston”. It's about prevention, it's not just a coping strategy.


This resource is complex and probably better for parents and carers as opposed to young people. It is a tough read but it does give good tips. It is from a good source that is well known.

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