Definition of the NANDA label
Willingness to enhance personal resilience is the pattern of positive responses to an adverse situation or crisis that can be reinforced to optimize human potential.
The defining characteristics, NIC and NOC of the NANDA Readiness for enhanced resilience diagnosis are detailed below.
A pattern of ability to recover from perceived adverse or changing situations, through a dynamic process of adaptation, which can be strengthened.
• Access to resources.
• Shows a positive outlook.
• Effective use of conflict management strategies.
• Strengthens personal coping skills.
• Expresses desire to improve resilience.
• Identify available resources.
• Identify support systems.
• Increase positive relationships with others.
• Get involved in activities.
• Makes progress toward achieving goals.
• Presence of a crisis.
• Maintaining a safe environment.
• Set goals.
• Take responsibility for your actions.
• Use effective communication skills.
• Verbalizes and increases the feeling of control.
• Verbalizes self-esteem.
• Demographics that increase the possibility of maladjustment.
• Consumption of drugs.
• Inconsistent parenting.
• Low level of intelligence.
• Low maternal educational level.
• Large family.
• Belonging to a minority.
• Parental mental disorder.
• Poor impulse control.
• Psychological disorders.
• Vulnerability factors that include indices that exacerbate the negative effects of the risk condition.
• Self esteem.
• Communication skills.
• Decision making.
• Increase coping.
• Enhancement of security.
• Emotional Support.
• Health education.