We are also conducting a study on family resilience and well-being. This research examines how t parents and children respond to the inevitable challenges of life. Prior work has shown that different strategies work for different people in different contexts. So, rather than identifying the way families should be resilient, our study aims to identify how different ways of feeling, thinking and behaving work for different parents, children and contexts. And, because families are so important, our study is looking at what parents do, what children do, and what parents and children do together that fosters resilience and well-being.This research is a collaborative project with ELLA and REACH Relationship Lab, led by Professor Nickola Overall. This project involve over 290 families, and has been tracking parents and children’s health and wellbeing from before and throughout the pandemic.