This chapter presents analysis of family resilience by which we understand a systemic characteristic of a family capable of responding to stresses of various genesis using family resources inherent thereto, including the family's ability and willingness to cope, change, adjust and develop, form the point of A.A. Bogdanov's theory. The chapter gives a brief description of A.A. Bogdanov's organizational theory, consistently considering the notions of family resilience and its resources. It shows that the family is resilient when it is an organized system where the whole practically exceeds a mere total of its parts because its activity complexes match. In the event, the activities only partially sum up whereas partially represent mutual resistance, that is, subtract from the organizational point of view, the level of family resilience shall be determined by the correlation of risk factors and family resources. If the family members' activities fully counteract and destroy each other or mutually disorganize, we believe the family to be nonresilient since it is a disorganized system.
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