Posttraumatic Growth
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Calhoun and Tedeschi (2006) pioneered the idea of Posttraumatic Growth, a construct of positive psychological change that comes about as the effect of one’s struggle with a highly challenging, stress filled, and traumatic occasion. Posttraumatic growth or benefit finding refers to positive psychological change experienced caused by adversity and other challenges to be able to rise to a higher level of performing.

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