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Being able to bounce back from devastation may seem like a superpower, but there are several things you can do to prepare in advance.

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Some people just seem to bounce back from whatever life throws at them. Whether it’s illness, loss, or tragedy, they do the tough work of picking themselves up, dusting themselves off, and carrying on—even when it seems impossible.

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If you’ve ever thought, “I could never do that” when looking at one of these apparent “superheroes,” don’t be so sure. It’s actually possible to build resilience to make yourself better able to bounce back from even the most difficult times.

“It’s the ability to get back in the game after you’ve had some sort of failure. And indeed, we can learn to become more resilient,” says social scientist and leadership expert Frank Niles, PhD . Niles says there are a number of science-backed areas people can address to help them be more resilient.

Here are some ways you can shore up your “resilience bunker” to better prepare for when tough times strike.

Prepare For The Worst

Niles says the concept of “preparing” for bad times often throws people off. “They’re like, ‘Wait a minute. A disastrous change is like losing a job. How do I prepare for that?'” It starts with mind-set, he says. Accept that change is inevitable, and realize that you can choose how you react, and whether you decide to be optimistic. People with positive outlooks tend to have greater resilience and financial and business success.

When possible, lay the groundwork for recovery before you need to: Keep your skills up to date to stay in demand in the market, have a financial reserve in case of job loss or illness, etc. Of course, tragedy or devastating events can disrupt the best-laid plans, but developing the right mind-set—including the ability to reframe negative events —and taking action to mitigate potential damage where you can may go a long way in helping you recover in a worst-case scenario.

Be Emotionally Self-Aware

“Your ability to become and remain resilient is directly related to your emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand your mood and emotions, be aware of the moods and emotions of others, and to use this awareness to guide your behavior. Emotional intelligence determines how you interact with others, manage relationships, stay motivated, make decisions, manage your emotions, influence others, and much more,” says organizational communication and leadership expert Anne Grady , author of .

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Reinhart's own body image issues started when she was 16 and her metabolism slowed down. What she ate began to show on her body, she says. "It's like, ‘Oh, I'm not going to be a little skinny teenager forever.’” Reinhart still struggles with low self-esteem, but she’s come to accept there will always be something about her body she’ll want to change. For this reason, she’s committed to authenticity. “I'm not that flawless image person. I could never live up to that. I'm not going to make people think I'm this airbrushed version of myself. There are lots of versions of me. My hair looks like shit most of the time. It looks great when I'm on a carpet, sure, but that's not the only side I want people to see of myself.”

The same goes for mental health. Reinhart is candid about her battles with anxiety and depression, devoting dozens of Instagram posts and Twitter threads to the topic. She was diagnosed with depression when she was 14 and credits landing her role on Riverdale to pulling her out of “the worst depression I had ever experienced.” In March 2017, she tweeted , “Don't like what I have to say? I don't fucking care. I'm going to talk about mental health and my own experience with depression whether I have your permission or not.” That still stands today. “Let's talk about [depression] like it actually is,” she says to me. “It’s a very real thing, a day-to-day thing, not just you sitting in a dark room alone. It's something that comes in all shapes and colors and all different scenarios, all different types of people.” She’s seen the real-world effects of her advocacy first-hand, but it’s hard for her to comprehend her own influence. “When I do conventions, and I can meet fans one on one, they tell me, ‘You speaking about mental health has really helped me a lot.’ It's very surreal.”

“Surreal” is the best way to describe Reinhart’s three-month hiatus between Riverdale Season 2 winding down at the end of March and the start of filming Season 3. In between organizing life on the West Coast (“I don't have an apartment in LA. I have a storage unit.”), catching up with family, and vacationing in Mexico and New Orleans, Reinhart found time for her first-ever Met Gala appearance in May. The actress recounts the dream-come-true scenario (in 2017, she tweeted about her desire to attend ) as “very humbling.” “I felt like the smallest fish in the biggest pond,” she admits. “It made me see how far I had left to go, and how much work it takes to get to a point where I can go to the Met one day and feel like I'm a big fish now. I'm not there yet, but that's fine, because I'm 21. That's satisfying, to know that I have a place to go.” Still, the fear of “irrelevance” plagues Reinhart—a reminder that imposter syndrome doesn't discriminate. “Am I speaking into the void? Is the work that I'm doing even good? Do people even care? Do people wonder why I'm doing these photo shoots? And I think that's mostly because it's what I feel about myself. People don't think that I'm irrelevant, I hope, but I do sometimes.”

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Syria's southern province of Daraa, one of the last rebel bastions, has been the target of a deadly regime offensive since June 19 which has forced around 300,000 people to flee.

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On June 19, the regime of President Bashar al-Assad bombards rebel-controlled zones in the east of Daraa province, which borders Jordan and the Israeli-annexed Golan Heights.

Within three days, more than 12,000 Syrians flee after artillery fire and air raids intensify, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a Britain-based war monitor.

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Russia joins the offensive on June 23, bombing rebel-held parts of southern Syria for the first time since brokering a ceasefire there nearly a year earlier, the Observatory says.

The following day, Jordan says it will not be able to host a new wave of Syrian refugees and that the countries' shared border will remain closed.

The regime ramps up its bombardment of rebel-held parts of provincial capital Daraa on June 25, slamming more than 55 surface-to-surface missiles into the city, followed by four crude barrel bombs.

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