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It also sees you keep going when faced with difficult challenges or when you fail at something.
Bouncing back means that you recover from a problem. We all have times when we are more or less resilient, but the good news is that resilience is something you can improve and develop.
Resilience is a process of adaptation, and is about you managing well in the face of adversity through developing and using coping strategies when things get tough.
Think of this as having the ability to ‘bounce back’ from challenging, difficult and stressful experiences.
It’s helpful to accept that problems will happen and that you can learn to cope and tackle the challenge ahead.
You can improve your resilience in lots of different ways:
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