Life skills for health & well-being include daily living and self-care skills, responsibility and accountability, vocational skills, and financial literacy and behaviors.
We look at healthy behaviors through four lenses. The first is healthy relationships, which includes family, peer and romantic relationships, and mentoring/non-parental adults. The second is physical health and maintenance, including hygiene and regular check-ups, nutrition, physical activity, and sleep. The third is avoidance of risky behaviors, and the fourth is attending to mental health.
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