Resilience

Resilience
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  • Andrew: Hello. We are hear today to talk to people about resilience and to tell you about people who had to go through struggles to succeed in life.  
  • Andrew: Our first guest is Elle. So Elle, what is resilience?  Elle: Answer Andrew: How can you be resilient? Elle: Answer Andrew: What are some attributes of resilience? Elle: Answer Andrew: Thank you
  • Jack: Thanks Andrew. Our next guest is Luke. Luke, when was there a time in your life when you were resilient? Luke: Answer Jack: Who is a support in your life who helps you be resilient?  Luke: Answer Jack: Do you know anybody who is resilient? Luke: Answer Jack: Thanks Luke. 
  • Leo: Alright Jack. I'm here with Ben. How can you help someone be resilient? Ben: Answer Leo: Do you know anybody who can be more resilient? Ben: Answer Leo: How can you show attributes of resilience? Ben: Answer Leo: Thanks.
  • Quinn: Thanks Leo. Welcome to our last interview. I'm here with Victor. Victor, are you resilient? Victor: Answer Quinn: Why do You say that? Victor: Answer: Quinn: What attributes of resilience do you think you show? Victor: Answer Quinn: Alright Victor, thanks. 
  • Andrew: Many famous and inspirational people had to go through strugggles in life to get what they wanted. Two of those people were Jackie Robinson and Martin Luther King. Throughout their lives, both of these men had to go through a lot. Jackie Robinson faced lots of segregation, racism, and hate. MLK  wanted to change the world and wanted black people to have the same rights as white people, he faced a lot of hate for this.
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