Resilience, defined as the ability to adapt in a positive way in the presence of adversity, has been a topic of great interest for some time now, particularly within psychology. As countless studies show, resilience is a critical skill for reducing and managing stress and responding to emotional challenges, including traumatic life events. It’s what allows us to recover from difficulties and setbacks. If, as Nietzsche famously noted, what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, then you can thank resilience. Today’s Daily Dose looks at 8 science-backed ways to boost resilience during the COVID-19 crisis. You can click on the below image to enlarge it, the full article on which the below graphic is based can be read here.