Psychological Resilience

Books define it as our power to be aware of all aspects of the situation we are in and to cope with all the possibilities we may encounter.

But maybe I think:

Instead of trying to stand upright for the sake of not losing what we have, bending and twisting,

Not to resist the storm, but to wait,

To accept that there are things that we cannot afford,

Remembering how we went through past experiences

To be us more than me, the power of togetherness,

The courage to take the road with those who are with you in reality,

Not to forget that the power within yourself is with you everywhere,

Not to lose hope that will illuminate your path in uncertainty,

The eternal teaching of patience,

That what we call trust can change,

It is necessary to be able to change the safe area when the time comes,

Self-confidence is self-sufficient,

The power of self-improvement wisdom,

Accepting things that don’t change

The value that knowing yourself adds to you,

The peace of being respected by consulting someone who knows,

The virtue of being able to forgive and even forgive yourself for forgiving,

That you have to start loving yourself,

that life has seasons,

Maybe to get out of every storm together like wheat,

Learning to dance together in the same direction…

Our psychological resilience can develop especially between the ages of 13-18 and may affect our attitudes towards life and academic success in later ages.

Our psychological resilience includes our intelligence level, genetic factors, mental and physical health, self-esteem, self-confidence, accepting ourselves as we are, our life goals and positive expectations for the future, our methods of coping with stress, optimism and hope, our social skills, our ability to control ourselves, effective Our problem-solving skills are our internal protective resources.

External, that is, environmental protective factors: Our family, parent relationships, support from friends and social environment, social activities we participate in.

To Develop the Psychological Resilience of Children and Adolescents;

Ensuring effective communication within the family

Providing an environment of unconditional and safe love

Increasing hope instead of anxiety

Gaining own responsibility

Teaching basic life skills

Increasing self-confidence and self-compassion

Ensuring full use of intelligence for academic success

Gaining the ability to cope with their own problems

Teaching positive thinking to cope with stress

It is necessary to increase self-awareness by directing them to sports and other cultural areas.

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