The Resilience Journal

A collection of journeys to resilience.

Autism resilience is where this journey starts. I need resilience to manage as a parent. I need to teach resilience to my boys. Once I’ve blogged my heart out about autism I will have space to write about ecological and community resilience.

I welcome guest posts from fellow writers and artists with resilience journeys they would like to share. Please contact me on

Re·sil·ience: noun

The ability to become strong again after something bad has happened.

1: the capability of a strained body to recover its size and shape after deformation caused especially by compressive stress.
2: an ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change <emotional resilience>.
Resilience is for ourselves.
Resilience for families.
Resilience for communities.
Resilience for the environment.
Resilience for agriculture.
Resilience can be described as a certain flexibility to change and challenges.
Resilience is flexible strength.
Resilience can be applied to ourselves to give personal emotional strength and flexibility.
Our relationships are improved when we apply resilience.
Our communities are more capable when we build resilience.
Our environment has adaptability to change when we support it to be naturally resilient.

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