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The term “resilience” means “act of rebounding,” and comes from Latin resiliens, present participle of resilire “to rebound, recoil,” from re- “back”+ salire “to jump, leap”.

It has its origin in science and technology, meaning the capacity of a material to resist deformation from external forces, its ability to absorb energy when deformed, and release that energy upon unloading, returning to its usual shape after being bent, stretched, or pressed. For a substance, resilience represents the opposite of fragility.

This is valid also in the psychological field: a resilient person is the opposite of one easily vulnerable and is able to be happy and successful again after something difficult or bad has happened.
Resilience exists in people who develop psychological and behavioural capabilities that allow them to remain calm during crises or chaos and to return to pre-crisis status quickly and without long-term negative consequence

Resilient people present a series of psychological characteristics, for instance, they possess insight, the ability to ask themselves tough questions and answer honestly; they are independent, even though they are tied to others. They can maintain control of a situation and think of new ways to tackle problems. They also have a strong sense of morality, as well as a sense of humour.
They understand that life is full of challenges that cannot be avoided, and are able to remain open, flexible, and willing to adapt to change, which is seen as an opportunity instead as a threat
They are strongly motivated to achieve pre-established goals. They are optimistic and tend to read negative events as temporary and limited; when faced with defeat and frustrations they are capable of maintaining hope and of identifying themselves as survivors, not victims.


33 thoughts on “Resilience

  1. Thank you very much for this post. 🙂
    It reminds a few things one forgets sometimes.
    Recent events have put my resilience to trial, and I needed to
    be remembered a few simple things.
    Grazie mille Luisa. Tutto bene con te?
    Buon finale di settimana.

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  2. “Sono fortemente motivati ​​a raggiungere obiettivi prestabiliti. Sono ottimisti e tendono a leggere gli eventi negativi come temporanei e limitati; di fronte a sconfitte e frustrazioni sono in grado di mantenere la speranza e di identificarsi come sopravvissuti, non come vittime”
    Viva Liliana Segre!

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    As Biological Androids We ARE a Blend of Intellect and Emotion; so, as a writer, I Suggest these words:

    ♤ Emogic n.
    ♤ Emogical adj.
    ♤ Emogicing v.
    ♤ Emogically adv.

    …a Balance of Emotion and Intellect just like Spirk (Spock/Kirk); so THOUGHTS!!! EveryOne…



    ◇ – Diamond Hard – ◇

    So You Have Your 5 Senses and Your 6th+ Senses and ALL ARE Intact even though Some ARE InAccessible to You due to Your MMHI (Multiple Mental Health Issues) Brought On by Your Conditioned Upbringing; essentially You Seek to be Approved Of yet You ARE still Very Miserable even when Approval is Offered On A Platter, so I Suggest consider this, Being:

    ◇ Blind
    ◇ Deaf
    ◇ Dumb

    …or ALL 3 ‘Ailments’ that Many Folk 3DLive Comfortably With; so I Say to You Swallow Some Cement, HARDEN THE FUCK UP!!! and ENJOY!!! 3DLife…

    ◇ – Diamond Hard – ◇



    ♡ Bloody Stains

    Blood before bliss on the lovers floor
    If both scrub away no more of before
    Just a stained reminder of prior gore



    ◇ – Diamond Hard – ◇

    ◇ Belief/Convinced=Arguable
    ◇ Faith/Conviction=UnShakeable
    ◇ Be Aware of Where and Who You ARE

    ◇ – Diamond Hard – ◇



    ◇ – Diamond Hard – ◇

    ◇ My Understanding is that, Overall, there ARE Three Major Development Phases in 3DLife EveryOne; these ARE:

    ♡ 1. Physical Maturity=Body
    ♡ 2. Evolutionary Process=Energy
    ♡ 3. Ascension=Enlightened

    ◇ – Diamond Hard – ◇


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  4. ….actually I have / had used the word , resilience .. on study / work … and even heard a lot lot lot … since long time ago …but … had never ever really been wondering where the word was coming from .. ? thank you for reminding us , and even share something “new (.. at least to me !)”.


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