Online ISSN: 2754-9380

Keywords : resilient factors

The vulnerability and resiliency of childhood

S M Yasir Arafat; Konstantinos Papadopoulos; Mohammad S I Mullick; Md. Saleh Uddin

GLOBAL PSYCHIATRY ARCHIVES, 2019, Volume 2, Issue 2, Pages 113-120
DOI: 10.52095/gpa.2020.1327

Life is full of stressors, which have to be confronted efficiently to grow up. However, reaction to stressors is personalized, complex and coordinated. Vulnerable persons adjust poorly to stressors and express inappropriate responses, while resilient persons practice adaptive physiological and psychological responses. Promotion of resiliency is an intricated issue, which demands strategies at both macro and micro-level. Microlevel strategies are focused on the community, family and individual level, while macrolevel strategies formulate the principles. Nevertheless, prediction of vulnerability and resiliency is really a challenge, as different persons facing same stressors react differently. Some are growing as resilient and others as vulnerable. We aimed to discuss resiliency, vulnerability, importance in relation to health outcome, promotion of resiliency and controversies of vulnerability and resiliency.