"Разрешение трудных жизненных ситуаций студентами во время обучения в колледже в зависимости от личностной устойчивости"
In modern psychology, more attention is paid to theories aimed at finding and actualizing the person’s strengths. This study examines the role of resilience as a personality trait on the ability to cope with difficult life situations during college. The respondents of this study live in a foreign country without parents, socialize in a new environment, and are forced to master the curriculum in a non-native language. It examines how psychological well-being depends on resilience and whether there are gender differences in the severity of traits. It analyzes what problems students have and how the success of overcoming them depends on resilience. It turned out that resilience correlates with psychological well-being, more resilient respondents cope more successfully with the resolution of difficult life situations, more easily adapt to a new environment, and have fewer emotional problems. However, no one named resilience as a resource; the support of other people is a much more important factor. This observation needs further verification.