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Summary of how to build resilience

Anne-Laura van Harmelen gives a resume about how you can increase your resilience and she introduces the video with a caregiver.
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ANNE-LAURA VAN HARMELEN: In this module, you’ve learned how to build resilience. You’ve learned that it’s really important to think about what you’ve experienced and to process it so that you can learn from it. We’ve shown you examples of how you can build resilience. We’ve shown you that good characteristics like being able to deal with stress might be helpful. And we’ve also shown you the tools that help build resilience, like good family support and friendships. You’ve learned that to relax a bit and to live healthily are very important in order for you to build resilience. Finally, you’ve learned that in order for you to become resilient, you need to take action yourself.
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And we’ve shown you how to do that by making an action plan that will take you in a step-by-step fashion towards your final goal.

In this module you have learned that you can increase your resilience in different ways. In this video, Anne-Laura van Harmelen provides you with a short summary.

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