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Create a lifeline identifying critical incidents in your life (crises/challenges/traumas/tragedies and/or opportunities).
List any risk factors you might associate with these incidents.
Add the protective factors that you believe helped you through.
You can use words, images, or symbols to illustrate the incidents and/or your adaptation to these events.