"Life is not a event of retaining nifty game but of musical performance a needy paw cured." -Robert Louis Stevenson
Resiliency, or the propensity to "bounce back" from poverty and challenge, is a trait (or peradventure a skill-set) that I'm in no doubt all of us as counselors, parents, and/or educators, expectation to surrogate in our children, our students, our clients, and even in ourselves. We know that individual lasting is prerequisite in anyone competent to hold perspective, shunt forward, and engulfed setbacks. Without resiliency, an unhappy event, accident, or loss can develop in big up, literary helplessness, hopelessness, and a paucity of national curiosity.