THE RESEARCH IS CLEAR
The single most common factor for children who develop resilience is at least one stable and committed relationship with a supportive parent, caregiver, or other adult. - Harvard's Center for the Developing Child
Helping children develop resilience is the antidote to the toxic stress impacts of early childhood trauma. Resilience isn't a character trait, but something that can build and buffer a child's ability to withstand adversity. This resilience-building isn't created by medications, or reading a book or even traditional discipline...it comes from at least #OneCaringAdult investing in the relationship with that child.
Read more about the #OneCaringAdult campaign here.