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How Resilient Are You?

Welcome To Your "How Resilient Are You?" Quiz!

How do you react to unexpected difficulties?

Healthy, resilient people have stress-resistant personalities and learn valuable lessons from rough experiences. Resilience is the process of successfully adapting to difficult or challenging life experiences.

Resilient people overcome adversity, bounce back from setbacks, and can thrive under extreme, on-going pressure without acting in dysfunctional or harmful ways.

The most resilient people recover from traumatic experiences stronger, better, and wiser. When hurt or distressed, resilient people expect to find a way to have things turn out well.

They feel self-reliant and have a learning/coping reaction rather than the victim/blaming reaction that is so common these days.

I'm very durable. I hold up well during tough times. I have an independent spirit underneath my cooperative way of working with others.
In a crisis or chaotic situation, I calm myself and focus on taking useful actions.
I adapt quickly to new developments. I'm good at bouncing back from difficulties.
I'm non-judgmental about others and adapt to people's different personality styles.
I've converted misfortune into good luck and found benefits in bad experiences.
I'm good at solving problems. I can use analytical logic, be creative, or use practical common sense.
I'm playful. I find the humor in rough situations, and can laugh at myself.
I "read" people well and trust my intuition.
I'm a good listener. I have good empathy skills.
I'm very flexible. I feel comfortable with my paradoxical complexity. I'm optimistic and pessimistic, trusting and cautious, unselfish and selfish, and so forth.
I learn valuable lessons from my experiences and from the experiences of others.
I'm able to recover emotionally from losses and setbacks. I have friends I can talk with. I can express my feelings to others and ask for help. Feelings of anger, loss and discouragement don't last long.
I'm always myself, but I've noticed that I'm different in different situations.
I can tolerate high levels of ambiguity and uncertainty about situations.
I'm usually optimistic. I see difficulties as temporary and expect to overcome them.
I've been made stronger and better by difficult experiences.
I prefer to work without a written job description. I'm more effective when I'm free to do what I think is best in each situation.
I'm curious. I ask questions. I want to know how things work. I like to try new ways of doing things.
I'm good at making things work well. I'm often asked to lead groups and projects.
I feel self-confident, appreciate myself and have a healthy concept of who I am.

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