Resilience is a holistic concept. It isn’t a single skill to learn, a class to take, a PowerPoint to watch, but it is the result of a complex calculus of factors. It is the result of a person’s social connections, family support, trust in leadership, physical health, sense of purpose and meaning in life, goals to be achieved, emotional awareness and fitness, by which a person draws strength from in overcoming adversity.
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RESILIENCE, RISK REDUCTION, AND SUICIDE PREVENTION COORDINATOR: Robert Smith