How Resilient Are You? Take the Quiz!

In the previous article of this series, we’ve seen what resilience is and why it matters, in all walks of life but especially when you’re living abroad, having to face a lot of different challenges.

Find how resilient you are. Credit Wikimedia Commons

Reseach on resilience has been a hot topic in the last 40 years. And the good news is: it’s a skill. You can learn it.

But before working on it, you first need to know where you’re starting from.

I propose you to take the quiz developed by Al Siebert, an American author and educator who dedicated his life to study psychological resilience and to help people increasing their resilience factor.

Ready? Go!

Did you like this self-assessment? Are you surprised by the results?

I’d love to hear from you in the comments below.

Oh, I almost forgot:

Did you enjoy this article? Do not miss the next one of our series on resilience.

This is what you’re going to discover in the next episodes:

  1. Protective and risk factors influencing resilience
  2. The 3 keys to resilience
  3. Creating a resilient family abroad
  4. Raising resilient children abroad

Get on the list. As a bonus, you’ll also get my 7-part course on expatriate grief and a video on “7 Mistakes Families Make When Moving Abroad”.



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