The first step in learning how to cope with stress is to learn how to deal with it.
The life skills activities that most adults need to do are those that address coping with stress.
They are: life skills education: learning how people with mental health issues learn and communicate.
life skills enrichment: learning to cope in the world and how to use your own skills to achieve your goals.
life training: helping people with psychological, developmental and other health problems learn how they can cope with life.
life enrichment: helping those with psychological health problems to become more active in the community.
life supports: making the most of life.
Life skills assessment and assessment support: using a range of assessment tools and tools to help people with life issues to learn more about how to live.
Life skill development: learning skills that are critical for managing life, working in the workplace and in life-enhancing activities.
Life-skill assessment and support: assessing whether skills are relevant and helping people develop skills that will support their life.