Families today face challenges that are very different to those faced by previous generations. We live in an era marked by instability, breakdown of traditional family structures, and chronic busyness. Many parents work extended hours and carry work pressures home, and our children juggle demanding schedules and their own academic workload. Our children are also growing and developing against a backdrop of burgeoning technology and frequent social media use, early sexualization, drug and alcohol abuse, and compromised privacy and boundaries. Statistics reveal that our children are frequently sleep deprived, and are often feeling anxious and insecure at school and at home. Often times it may feel like we are fighting hard to protect the wellbeing of our children and ourselves in the face of a rising tide of pressure and societal change. Building a resilient family has become more difficult, and yet more important than ever. Every family faces its own unique challenges, whether it be navigating family breakdown, co-parenting, disability or financial stress, but the skills needed to face the challenges this world presents remain fairly constant. We can not turn back the tide and change the circumstances that our children, and our families, will face, but we can equip them with some knowledge and tools that will empower them to handle the unique challenge they face with resilience.