Some examples of responsive exchanges you may want to use in everyday interactions with children are building strong relationships. Children are not born with resiliency, but it is built through supportive relationships with parents, coaches, teachers, caregivers, and other adults. Caring relationships also provide the context for teaching children skills—like coping and adapting—that help them learn to manage their stress and strengthen their natural resilience.
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