Scaling mental resilience more effectively

Many people get on with their lives after traumatic experiences without any psychological suffering. This is because, in spite of all the trauma, they manage to pigeonhole what they have experienced. Although this sense of coherence was first described in the 1970s, measuring it has remained problematic to this day. Psychologists have now developed a questionnaire that renders the sense of coherence in overcoming trauma tangible in a more appropriate way. —> Read More