Role of Resilience and Psychological Wellbeing during Difficult Situations

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Dr. Nimisha Beri, Phurpha Dorji


Wellbeing is the meaning and the purpose of life. With the current pandemic bringing down many countries to its knees, a key prerequisite of any economic or social advancement, in this era of uncertainty, resilience and psychological wellbeing is the lifeline. The road to resilience comes first and foremost from children's supportive environment with parents, teachers, and other caring adults. These relationships become sources of strength and inspiration when children work through stressful situations and painful emotions.  Resiliencedevelops mechanisms of protection against unfavorable experiences. It  maintain  check and balance during difficult and stressful times, thusprotect from adverse affects ofnegativity.Resilence means bringing down or narrowing gap of difficulties and widening wellbeing and happiness of the people. Resilient plays significant role in coping with stress and has great impact on academic achievement and acted both as mediator and moderator in the relationship between stressors and psychological well-being. Resilience and wellbeing impacted by scio economic status of children.Students from higher economic status are more resilient and have higher psychological wellbeing compares to students belonging to low income parents. The child psychosocial problems were higher in children with special educational needs, parents with mental illness and low Scio-economic status.Resilience is an important factor for the psychological wellbeing of students and improves coping ability. Positive emotions can improve learning effectiveness. The factor like close relationship of child parent promotes academic resilience.

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Dr. Nimisha Beri, Phurpha Dorji. (2021). Role of Resilience and Psychological Wellbeing during Difficult Situations. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 1572–1580. Retrieved from