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Hi, girl.
I love you.
(Wilks and Spivey, 2010)
(Katie Holmes, 2006)
Or blame yourselves???
Different "Resilience"
What is resilience?

Different scholars have different opinions.
Resilience is the ability to
recover its size and form following deformation

Resilience is the ability ,or power to return to the original position.
Recall one thing that made you under huge pressure.

How you made it?

Can you share with us your story?
Using the above methods correctly can help you to get a higher resilience;
Resilience in Undergraduate Social Work Students: Social Support and Adjustment to Academic Stress
Adolescent Resilience:
The influence of family relationships and their impact on resilient outcomes
Changing a Perspective
Resilience Framework
( Karol, 1999 )

Resilience Factors
Stressors/ Challenges
The degree of stress perceived by the individual depends on perception, cognitive appraisal and
interpretation of the stressor
as threatening or aversive.
Resilience Factors
To better understand,please imagine...
One day, you suddenly remember that you still have an essay to write and what is even worse is that the deadline is tomorrow…
Internal Factors
stability and management;
/social competencies.
Environmental Factors
Peer group.
Simplified Graph
Environmental Factor
Peer group
“Hey, don’t worry too much, Ok? your mother and I will support you.”
n influence a person since he was born!

Internal Factors
Internal Factors
Internal Factors
Internal Factors
Internal Factors
help reduce by analysing problems and finding solutions
Cognitive Competences
Emotional stability and management
Emotional Management Skills
“I have thought of many ways to finish my essay on time. I fell a little better now.”
Help to recognize feelings;
Control undesirable feelings such as fear, anger and depression.
“I feel nervous but it is bad for me so I need to calm down. Nervous can’t help me do better.”

Release stress by self-ridicule
Get posistive energy by laughing
“I told my friends that I will be better than superman if I can finish on time. And they appreciate my attitude.”
Spiritual Characteristics

Avoid being bothered by others' opinions
“Some of my classmates say that I will fail. They are wrong because I believe I will pass it as I do it hard by myself.”
Physical competences
Physical exercise help to increases self-efficacy and self-worth.
“I’m healthy and can play basketball well so I believe I can do my work as good as I perform in gyms.”
Behavioral/social competences
Problem-solving skills
Interpersonal social skills
Ability to focus on the goal and chip away at each problem as they arise leads to increased initiative,belief in personal control, and optimism.
“I have had a lot of problems in writing the essay. Luckily, I went to my teacher for help and I do practice. Before handing in, I will check it again.”
Help to be responsive and active in the relationships with others and elicit more positive responses from the associates.
Help to locate existing social supports and using them to their advantage.
“One of my friend is good at writing. I can ask him to read my essay before I hand it in.”
Transactional Process
Personal perception;

After a hard day, you finally finished you essay and in this day, you were anxious, nervous but you have coped it.
You got support from both the environment and yourself. Therefore, you will not be panic again when you meet similar situation again.
So, you have complete the resilience reintegration.
“Don’t worry…”
“I will not be panic next time…”
“I can get help and I fell good…”
“I’m optimistic and can overcome difficulties…”
“At first I’m panic but now I can overcome such“
1.1 Purpose
To analyze the relationship between resilience and perceived academic stress;
To identify whether social support influence the relationship between resilience and academic stress.
1.2 Participants
Undergraduate Students;
Bachelor of the Social Work (BSW) & Master Of the Social Work (MSW);

Three accredited social work schools/programs in the southern United States.
1.3 Method
the Academic Stress Scale (ASS);
shortened version of the Perceived Social Support Scale (S-PSSS);
shortened version of the Resilience Scale (S-RS).
Date analysis:
Hierarchical regression analysis;
Odds Ratios analysis;
Path analysis.
1.4 Results
Changing a Perspective
Pick apples to eat.
Using a different view point to treat something unhappy or unlucky.
For example
Lose your wallet,
You may feel better!
And you will become like this...
I am sorry to tell you that I have a boyfriend already.
If you think from a different angle
I cannot give up a total forest because of a flower.
Not perfect & Doesn't suit me
My forest!
Building up good relationship
Our ability is limited and we cannot good at everything
Your company lack money to operate,
Cut down the apple tree.
Hit by the falling apple.
Reflection and Learning
The same situation happened to Newton
Reflect yourselves
Compare the difference between you and others
Changing a perspective
Building up a good relationship
Reflection and learning
Never give up
Never give up
keep on trying
Lincoln, the former American president
More than 20 years
Not the only ways that can help us to improve our resilience.
2.1 Purpose
2.2 Method
2.3 Results
2.5 Summary
Imagine that you do not lose your wallet.

It is just transfered from your hands to the other people’s hands.
(Masten, 2001)
Definition —Psychology
Resilience is the ability to
overcome setbacks and absorb any learning
offered by those setbacks, quickly, and at the minimum cost.
(Siebert, 2009)

The personal qualities that enable one to
thrive in the face of adversity
(Fletcher& Sarkar, 2013)
There is an even further level of resilience, where a person transforms an extreme challenge into an opportunity and achieves good outcomes from the setback even in the face of extreme loss.

(Siebert, 2013)
Resilience is an individual’s ability to properly adapt to stress and adversity. Meanwhile, learn from them when recover.
(American Psychological Association, 2014)
1.5 Discussion
Need achievement;


Self-efficacy and self-belief.
(ability to avoid academic failure and achieve sucess)
( Karol, 1999 )
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Resilience Reintegration:
Higher level of homeostasis;
Less likely to be affected by challenges.
Return to the same level of homeostasis;
Maladaptive Reintegration:
Lower level of homeostasis;
More likely to be affected by challenges.
2.4 Discussion
Family relationship & Resilience
parental favoritism
sibling relationship

Resilience can:
Mediate depressive symptomology;
Mediate positive peer relationships.
The resilience will influence the emotion and the peer relationship if it is positive.
As resilience levels increase, depression symptoms will decrease
Resilience influence the positive peer relationship
Try to increase your resilience
More happy you are & Get a good relationship
Definition of the resilience;

Factors influencing our resilience;

Put forward 4 methods to improve resilience.

1.5.1 Discussion
Explanation 1: Need Achievement
Optimistic and Proactive
Sensitive and Fragile
1.5.2 Self-efficacy and Self-belief
Karol, L. K. (1999). Factors and Processes Contributing to Resilience. Resilience and development: Positive life Adaptations, 179-224
Scott E. Wilks & Christina A. Spivey (2010) Resilience in Undergraduate Social Work Students: Social Support and Adjustment to Academic Stress , Social Work Education: The International Journal, 29:3, 276-288, DOI: 10.1080/02615470902912243
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