Why Are Some Teens More Resilient Than Others?
Dr. Regina Rei Lamourelle with Sam Goldstein, Ph.D., Amy McCready
While some teens fall apart under even minor pressure, others seem to have more capacity to cope. This ability to handle stress and adversity is called resilience and it’s critical to success in life. In this segment we ask our guest experts to explain why some tweens and teens have a greater ability to handle the stress in their lives than others.
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