Resiliency

This entry is part 16 of 17 in the series Best Practices in Brain Training

Resiliency is a component of emotional intelligence. It is the characteristic that enables a person to confront challenges by focusing on hidden opportunities that may be derived from frustrating situations. Arden (2010) argued: “Resiliency consists of maintaining hope in the face of adversity that things will eventually get better, while doing what it takes to make things happen’’ (Arden, 2010, p. 169). This type of resilience is good for mental and physical health (Arden, 2010).

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