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Helping Children Become Resilient by Being a Safe Space

Posted In Adverse Childhood Experiences, Resilience

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For those of us who work with children, it is difficult to know how to help children who have been abused. A recent study from Canada tells us that being a safe person for children to confide in may be one of the best things that we can do.

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Encouraging Resilience

Posted In Adverse Childhood Experiences, Resilience

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One of the better trends in the last decade of caring for children is the recognition that children need to develop resilience. In spite of our best efforts, all children will face setbacks and conflicts. They will be much better off if we spend our resources not on preventing all life difficulties but helping them learn how to bounce back.

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