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Building your child’s resilience not only helps them to deal with the challenges they experience growing up, but it also provides a foundation for developing skills that enable them to deal with hardships they may face as teenagers and adults.
Kids with higher resilience are more likely to:
Knowing the basic building blocks for resilience will give you a roadmap on the pathway to building resilience.
Below are some areas in which you can help your child develop so they can become more resilient:
Feeling connected to something like a playgroup or class
Having a sense of independence and responsibility
Problem solving skills
Having a positive outlook
Identifying, expressing and coping with feelings
Having good friendships with people who accept them
Having positive role models within the family or community
Experiencing love and acceptance from a parent or carer
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