Life skills are those skills, abilities and competencies that we implement or apply to interact with our external world. Life skills represent the various techniques and many mechanism that we deploy to communicate, resolve problems, learn, interact, troubleshoot, …etc.

Life skills are predominantly objective in nature, and is often regarded (measured by modern and civilized standards) as rational thinking.

Life skills are relative easy to monitor, evaluate and correct - compared to coping mechanisms - because of observable results (i.e. reactions or responses) and measurable outcomes in terms of life skill efficiency.

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  • Last modified: 25 September, 2018 @ 1:54pm
  • by Jan Viljoen