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Due to Loneliness

Hidden Resilience:

Memory and Seeing Connections

Is learned when:

  • People’s need for belonging is not met

  • They feel rejected, isolated, or lonely

  • Neglect either emotional or physical

  • Or, when people do not have control over their own belongings.  For example, when people in congregate settings, children in foster care, or people who are homeless lose their belongings over and over again.

The drive behind the behavior:


Steps to take to meet those needs:

  1. List of people who can be reached during specific times and days with alternatives listed as well.

  2. Knowing when you will have a time for a connection (a schedule of contact times).

  3. Using their personal lift off and landing activities to identify social groups they join (virtual/in-person).

  4. Use 3 Ps to plan for steps 1-3 and their interactions with people involved in steps 1-3.

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