Chapter 9 (Resilience in young children: (The strategy/skill that allow…
Resilience in young children:
The strategy/skill that allow the children to bounce back from the stress/trauma.
If someone are resilient , have been resilient, they are more braver, higher achievement in self esteem
A building system that provide specific type of safety guard.
different ways of responding to and recovering from stressful times
Sign: heart rate increases, blood pressure goes up, and adrenaline and cortisol (the stress hormone) surge through the body
-Increase their exposure to people who care about them.
-Let them know that it’s okay to ask for help. (open minded, listen to the child)
-Resilience needs relationships, not uncompromising independence. (positive relationship, positive relief)
Types of stressor:
Physical stressor 'External factor'
Body stress, physically stress
includes environmental pollution, noise, injury, excess excertion.
Sign of getting physical stress:
Psychological stressor 'Internal Factor'
Positive motivation for work/ negative impact that distress someone
help with motivation, focus, energy, and performance. For some people, it can also feel exciting.
Sign of getting psychological stress:
relationship conflicts at home
new or increasing work responsibilities
Combination of physical and psychological stressor
Combination of both:
Impact of the psychological stress typically experienced in starting new job/school environment
Sign of getting the combination of both: