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Fostering Resilience

Fostering Resilience offers information for parents and professionals to help kids build resilience and tools for teens to manage stress and seek help.

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Resilience-building resources

We need resilience to get through life’s challenges. Use these tools and resources to build your own resilience and help others build resilience, too.

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Raising Resilient Kids

Helping Kids Build Resilience

One of the best things we can do for our kids is to help them build their own resilience so they can handle what life throws their way. Here you'll find others who are working to do just that.

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Jack Saul on Overcoming Trauma and Building Resilience – Option B

A leading trauma expert and clinical psychologist explains why talking about trauma helps the healing process.

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Gautam Raghavan on Resilience in LGBTQ Communities

The Obama administration's liaison to the LGBTQ and Asian American and Pacific Islander communities shares insights about how we can take a stand against bullying and build resilience in LGBTQ communities.

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Building Resilience: How to Make Stress Your Friend VIDEO – Option B

Psychologist Kelly McGonigal outlines how we can build resilience by connecting with and caring for other people during times of stress.

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Sheryl Sandberg and Lee Woodruff: A Conversation on Recovery and Resilience

Lee Woodruff’s husband, ABC News anchor Bob Woodruff, was critically injured on assignment in Iraq when his vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb in 2006. Sheryl Sandberg and Lee Woodruff discuss resilience and how the Woodruff family has made the most out of Option B.

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The Importance of Resilience with Sheryl Sandberg & Adam Grant VIDEO – Option B

Resilience is the strength and speed of our response to adversity. It’s a skillset we develop over the course of our lives, and there are concrete steps we can take to build resilience long before we face any kind of difficulty.

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Facing Adversity Through Building Resilience: A Guide to Grounded Hope – Option B

Writer and counseling psychologist Lee Daniel Kravetz describes five steps we can take to find realistic hope in the face of adversity.

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Factors that Prepare Kids to Build Resilience VIDEO – Option B

Resilience expert Ann Masten shares the factors that prepare kids to be resilient when faced with adversity.

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7 Practical Ways to Build Resilience in Kids – Option B

Read practical tips developed by pediatrician Kenneth Ginsburg to help you prepare your children to build resilience, overcome setbacks, and thrive.

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Build Resilience & Social Change in Conflict Affected Areas VIDEO – Option B

Youth advocate Limabenla Jamir describes how resilience develops from social support in conflict-affected communities and how it can help young people drive changes in their societies.

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Fight Permanence to Build Resilience with Sheryl Sandberg & Adam Grant VIDEO – Option B

Staying silent can make your loved ones feel even more isolated after grief, loss, or hardship. Talking about the elephant in the room is one way to acknowledge your friend’s suffering and speak with empathy and honesty.

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Celebrating Mother’s Day with two dads

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GLSEN Chapter Directory

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Groups of students, educators, parents, and community members who volunteer their time to ensure safe and supportive schools for LGBTQ students.

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Chapter Network Directory

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Peer-to-peer support for LGBTQ people and their allies.

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TrevorSpace

A community where LGBTQ youth can connect with others and discuss issues related to discrimination and identity.

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Creating a new normal after 9/11

By Denise Olsen
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Divorce & Family Challenges

Redefining Father’s Day after my husband’s arrest

By Kristen Boulard
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Health, Illness & Injury

“My diagnosis was a turning point.”

By A'Driane Nieves
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Raising Resillient Kids with Sheryl Sandberg & Adam Grant VIDEO – Option B

Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant discuss how kids are often more resilient than we think. There are concrete things we can do to help them build that resilience, including making sure they know they aren’t facing adversity alone. They discuss the concept of mattering, which is knowing that others notice you, care about you, and rely on you.

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Why We Need to Change Our Response to Failure VIDEO – Option B

Psychologist and author Guy Winch describes how changing our responses to failure can build resilience.

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Sesame Street

Sesame Street offers bilingual multimedia tools for parents and providers to help kids build resilience.

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Good Grief

Good Grief helps kids and their families cope and build resilience following the death of a loved one.

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Confidence and Compassion for Resillience with Sheryl Sandberg & Adam Grant VIDEO – Option B

When you treat yourself with the same kindness and understanding you’d show a friend, that’s self-compassion. When you believe in your abilities, that’s self-confidence. We can practice self-compassion and develop our self-confidence on a daily basis to build resilience.

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Support kids whose families have changed

Advice for how to help children navigate the holidays in the wake of death or divorce, from experts on helping kids build resilience.

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Judith Heumann on Living and Thriving with a Disability – Option B

How can we support a loved one who has recently acquired a disability? How can people become better allies to the disabled community? Disability rights activist Judith Heumann shares advice on building resilience and making communities more inclusive and tolerant for those living with a disability.

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Sheryl Sandberg and Cheryl Strayed on Being There on Mother’s Day VIDEO – Option B

After her mother died, Cheryl Strayed – the author of Wild, Tiny Beautiful Things, and Brave Enough – had never felt more lost. Cheryl hiked herself back to “the woman her mother wanted her to be” on the Pacific Crest Trail, developing her resilience along the way. In this conversation with Sheryl Sandberg, Cheryl shares what she learned on her hike and about the enduring power of a mother’s love.

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