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Tenacity in Children: the dynamic instincts that exist in each child from birth and the prominent role they play in the course of a child’s development

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Raising Resilient Children, we defined resilience as a process of competent functioning under duress and adversity. We identified the components of a “resilient mindset” and included self-discipline as one of these components.

As we continued to elaborate our understanding of a resilient mindset and the behaviors associated with this mindset, we came to appreciate that self-discipline deserved separate and special attention.

We perceived self-discipline to be the inner control required to focus and direct us as we engage in activities that reinforce resilience over time.

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