Research has shown children with at least one supportive adult relationship will overcome hardships later in life, regardless of their upbringing. It is important for parents and caregivers to provide them with support along with other skills in order to strengthen their foundation of resilience they need to effectively cope with future possible stress and anxiety. Take a moment to watch this short video to see how strong and supportive relationships can help children thrive later in life:

Center on The Developing Child at Harvard University
Wanna deep dive?

Check out Harvard University’s Supportive Relationships and Active Skill-Building Strengthen the Foundations of Resilience working paper to better understand how other protective factors can help build and strengthen children’s resilience!

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