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In our ongoing effort to provide you with the latest information about Resilience and the Resilience Scale, we are in the process of publishing a series of papers on Resilience. You are free to download them, but please defend our copyright on them.
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The Resilience Core is defined as Meaningful life (purpose), Perseverance, Self reliance, Equanimity, and Coming home to yourself (existential aloneness). This paper explains each of these five characteristics in some detail, and talks about how to increase the strength of your resilience core.
Wagnild GM. (2010). Discovering your resilience core. Available at:
British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (leader during WWII) said, “Success is going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm.” This is easier said than done. How do you maintain enthusiasm when you are exhausted, discouraged, frustrated, or completely alone? How can you do this?
Wagnild GM. (2011). Will resilience help you be more successful? Available at:
The Resilience Scale User's Guide is an essential tool if you want to properly administer the Resilience Scale and accurately interpret your results.
You must also purchase licenses to use the Resilience Scale (RS). This is easy. We have license packs for organizations, researchers and professors, with a special price for students and residents of developing countries. The organizational and researcher packs come with 50 licenses each, and additional licenses are available for purchase, if you desire, at a reduced, "volume" rate. Students get unlimited licenses.