1. A re­silient tod­dler is con­fi­dent. Not overly anx­ious at times of sep­a­ra­tion. Bounces back eas­ily. Can func­tion with­out a par­ent be­ing in the same room as them.
  2. A re­silient tod­dler is able to re­cover quickly from a tantrum. They get up­set, but they can move on from it. Tem­per tantrums are a de­vel­op­men­tal re­al­ity, but re­silient tod­dlers will bounce back quicker than those not equipped with ad­e­quate cop­ing mech­a­nisms.
  3. A re­silient tod­dler re­acts ap­pro­pri­ately (i.e. does not over­re­act) when he gets hurt.
  4. A re­silient tod­dler is able to so­cialise and par­tic­i­pate. He can be ex­posed to new sit­u­a­tions and ad­just fairly quickly. Every tod­dler cries, but re­silient tod­dlers get over the change quicker than those who are less adapt­able.
  5. A re­silient tod­dler ac­cepts all types of feed­back. She is able to hear the word “no”.
  6. A re­silient tod­dler is con­fi­dent. Not overly anx­ious at times of sep­a­ra­tion. Bounces back eas­ily. Can func­tion with­out a par­ent be­ing in the same room as them.
  7. A re­silient tod­dler is able to re­cover quickly from a tantrum. They get up­set, but they can move on from it. Tem­per tantrums are a de­vel­op­men­tal re­al­ity, but re­silient tod­dlers will bounce back quicker than those not equipped with ad­e­quate cop­ing mech­a­nisms.
  8. A re­silient tod­dler re­acts ap­pro­pri­ately (i.e. does not over­re­act) when he gets hurt.
  9. A re­silient tod­dler is able to so­cialise and par­tic­i­pate. He can be ex­posed to new sit­u­a­tions and ad­just fairly quickly. Every tod­dler cries, but re­silient tod­dlers get over the change quicker than those who are less adapt­able.
  10. A re­silient tod­dler ac­cepts all types of feed­back. She is able to hear the word “no”.

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