Throughout human history, cultures have come and gone -- some leaving lasting impacts on the world and some getting lost to the ages. Resilience of a culture is that capacity to maintain cultural identity, history, practices, and knowledge through time and troubles. Despite those unique challenges each culture undergoes, resilient cultures are able to maintain and develop, keeping in touch with the things and people that formed the culture and made it extraordinary.
Cultural Resilience Develops Resilience
Just as we absorb other characteristics and qualities from the culture around us, all individual, community, family, and couple resiliences are shaped that way as well. Arve Gunnestad of Queen Maud's College offers a unique perspective on the relationship of culture and resilience. Check out his article here.