The long-term cost of resiliency

Research from the University of Georgia , published in Psychological Science, looks at the physiological impact of resiliency in kids.  While resiliency has positive psychological outcomes for these kids, the long-term impact of the stressors they overcome take their toll on health.  Recommendations to look beyond the coping behaviours to physical effects of stress are made.

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