Resilience In the Community

vs. spiritless

Recovering from adversity

To practice Resilience, I will:

  • adapt to adverse conditions
  • seek out support and build relationships
  • find meaning in all I do
  • not let failure stop my goals
  • build on my experiences

    Resilience, Trust, and Empathy

    When a traumatic event rocks a family or a community, they will call upon their trust and empathy to be resilient in facing a challenge. If trust is weak and connections are fragile, survival will be a much larger struggle. It’s been said that tragedy builds character, which is true but first, it reveals character. Character building will take place as the challenge is overcome and fully realized on the other side of survival.   If a family or community has strong trust and robust relationships, their Resilience will also be powerful, and recovery will be much quicker. The moral? Feed your relationships regularly to improve your Resilience.

    How will you improve your Resilience?

    The Links below will take you to Resources you can use with the family or within community organizations
    to teach the Character Quality of Resilience.
    The following activities are related to dates this month and can relate to any character quality or good character in general.

    Mother’s Day

    Mother’s Day celebrates all the selfless things that mothers traditionally do for their children. Mothers tend to be Available to those who depend on them. This Mother’s Day, find a way to be Available to Mom. Could you pick something that you can do every week rather...

    Our other Pillars have resources that can be used in a community or family setting.

    Visit Resilience in School>>

    Activities
    No Matter How You Say It
    Curriculum Connections
    Croskey’s Corner

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    Teambuilding
    Power Up with Character
    Interview Questions
    Adult Business Books

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    Christian Family Activity
    Bible Verses
    Christian Poster
    Prayer and Reflections
    Archived Resources