Resilience for Youth Visual Analogies

 

The Battery

The Battery

Flip the Switch

Flip the Switch

Relational Resilience

Relational Resilience

  • The Battery
  • Flip the Switch
  • Relational Resilience
  • The Battery

    Fuel for resilience can come from both positive and negative emotions.
  • Flip the Switch

    There are steps you can take to turn pain into power and move forward, committed to being resilient.
  • Relational Resilience

    You can draw strength from the knowledge that others depend on you, and from the support from others who care about you.
  • The Battery
  • Flip the Switch
  • Relational Resilience

 

Street Resilience

Street Resilience

Resource Resilience

Resource Resilience

Rock Bottom Resilience

Rock Bottom Resilience

  • Street Resilience
  • Resource Resilience
  • Rock Bottom Resilience
  • Street Resilience

    You can take the pain of disrespect, discrimination, and regret and use it as fuel to propel you forward and be resilient.
  • Resource Resilience

    Resilience can be increased by accessing the resources your currently possess or could potentially possess.
  • Rock Bottom Resilience

    When you're at your lowest point, you can access resilience by believing in your ability to change your circumstances, combat hopelessness, and fight on.
  • Street Resilience
  • Resource Resilience
  • Rock Bottom Resilience

 

  • “We’re finding that the metaphors really connect with kids, once you start talking about them and show them some of the visuals. We’re finding it’s really positive for the kids and for the staff. “ –Chris Brannon, P.E. Teacher, Chief Leschi High School, Washington
  • “The metaphors are awesome. The visuals are life changing.” -Kylie Atkinson, Bonney Lake High School, Behavior Specialist, Washington

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