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The New Yorker Sign in Link your subscription Shop F T G+ NEWS CULTURE BOOKS SCIENCE & TECH BUSINESS HUMOR CARTOONS MAGAZINE AUDIO VIDEO ARCHIVE SUBSCRIBE SEARCH MARIA KONNIKOVA FEBRUARY 11, 2016 How People Learn to Become Resilient BY MARIA KONNIKOVA ShareTweet Perception is key to resilience: Do you conceptualize an event as traumatic, or as a chance to learn and grow? CREDIT ILLUSTRATION BY GIZEM VURAL Norman Garmezy, a developmental psychologist and clinician at the University of Minnesota, met thousands of children in his four decades of research. But one boy in particular stuck with him. He was nine years old, with an alcoholic mother and an absent father. Each day, he would arrive at school with the exact same sandwich: two slices of bread with nothing in between. At home, there was no other food available, and no one to make any. Even so, Garmezy would later recall, the boy wanted to make sure that “no one would feel pity for him and no one would know the ineptitude of h

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