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The daily life that a person lives is characterized by the diversity of events and their acceleration, and in light of these events or processes, life appears to be more complex and difficult, as it has increased his physical, social and economic suffering in all areas, and a person may be exposed to various and different events and stimuli that he may control and may be unable to control and resist. Psychological resilience is one of the concepts that have emerged recently, as it indicates the existence of sources of strength in the individual that enables him to highlight and present them when exposed to complex, difficult and stressful situations, and they may sometimes be a threat to the life of the individual, and this is what we observe among adolescents and adults present in the demonstration squares, and their perception of the value The situation, its difficulty, and their insistence on continuing to demonstrate despite the dangers to which they are exposed and their constant search for ways to adapt to the developments of the situation that they live with, as they are in a constant confrontation with danger, death or kidnapping and other troubling and dangerous confrontations at the same time.
The current research aims to identify the psychological resilience of adolescents and adults present in the demonstration squares according to their age. And to find the significance of differences in psychological resilience according to age, gender, and continuation of the study. The current study concluded that the study sample of adolescents and adults enjoys psychological resilience for all ages used in the current research and that there is a difference in the level of psychological resilience between males and females and in favour of males and also the results found no differences in The psychological resilience of those who continue to study and drop out of it. The study came out with a set of recommendations and proposals that enrich the current study.
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