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When faced with an obstacle or a challenge in life, some kids keep going, and others give up. Those who keep going are called "resilient." They are ready to try new things, to experience failure, and then to brush off and try again. Experts say resilient kids have learned three things that others have not, each beginning with the letter P: "If you come to believe that the bad things in your life are Permanent, Pervasive and Personal, really, whatever age you are, it's going to render you susceptible to a lot of different psychological problems. Depression, despair, hopelessness," says Dr. Mark Katz, a clinical psychologist and author. Teach kids that problems are NOT permanent, pervasive and personal. Watch, "Against All Odds."

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