Everyone knows what it’s like to be knocked off center, to have your inner sense of balance and centeredness, your sense of knowing how the world works and how to cope with life’s unexpected curve balls, lost, at least temporarily. Whether it’s from a critical comment from the boss, or from actually losing a job, or even worse, losing someone we love or causing the death of someone else in a car accident, life continually dishes out challenges. Resilience is the learned capacity to cope with any level of adversity, whether it’s the small annoyances of daily life or the struggles and sorrows that break our hearts. Resilience is essential for surviving and thriving in a world full of troubles and tragedies, and it is completely trainable and recoverable — when we know how. In The Resilience Toolkit, Linda Graham offers clear guidance in developing skills of somatic, emotional, relational, and reflective intelligence that deepen the reader’s trust in their own competence and effectiveness in learning to cope with life’s inevitable challenges and crises.