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2017 | 2 | 11-22
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CZŁOWIEK RADZĄCY SOBIE Z TRUDNOŚCIAMI JAKO WYZWANIE DLA WSPÓŁCZESNEGO WYCHOWANIA

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A HUMAN BEING CAPABLE OF CONFRONTING LIFE’S DIFFICULTIES AS A CHALLENGE FOR CONTEMPORARY UPBRINGING
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Difficult situations are unavoidable in every human's life. They may challenge a person to cope with them in order to overcome the obstacles. The search for personal resources that help one successfully deal with life's challenges has become, in recent years, one of the main issues for both psychology and pedagogy. Resiliency, understood as a personality trait is a subjective quality, which helps one to develop flexible and positive adaptation to difficult situations and to overcome them. The article aims to present the importance of resiliency and the possibilities for raising humans capable of coping with life's obstacles and everyday difficulties.
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