What Factors Affect Resilience In Children?


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William Harkin answered
Thier bones are soft,and not fully formed,and they have a lower centre of gravity (so they don't fall too far,if they trip up)
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Resilience is the ability to keep trying. It is affected by a child's self esteem. If a child has high self esteem then their ability be resilient will be far greater. If they lack self esteem then the child will simply give up trying. For example: If a child is not praised for their good behaviour, they will begin to lack in confidence and therefore, the child's behaviour may deteriorate.
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