It is proved that a periodically forced second-order equation with a singular nonlinearity in the origin with linear growth in infinity possesses a $T$-periodic stable solution for high values of the mean value of the forcing term. The method of proof combines a rescaling argument with the analysis of the first twist coefficient of the Birkhoff normal form for the Poincaré map.
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