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Skills to improve academic work by developing greater academic mastery and enhancing cognitive skills. • Family concerns. “Skills to improve communication with parents, step-parents, and siblings to bring about a more harmonious family life” (Stellas, 1992, p. 53). • Anxiety coping skills. Skills to promote emotional well-being and relaxation and stress inoculation. Today, young people suffer from deficits in more than one life skill. Help‑ ing them develop life skills requires a psychoeducational intervention.
4/25/06 7:34:49 AM 46 • Nurturing Future Generations Enhancing children’s and adolescents’ strengths in these areas enhances their well-being during the storms and stresses of emerging adulthood. Nurturing Hope Hope is defined as the process of thinking about one’s goals, in tandem with the motivation to move toward those goals (agency) and the ways to achieve them (pathways). Goal-directed thoughts are the impetus for human learning and coping. Snyder (1995) delineated two necessary com‑ ponents to goal-directed cognitions: 1.
They begin to distinguish others about the quality of their perfor‑ extracurricular activities (Epstein & culliman, 1987; those answers about which they are confident from mance. At around 6 or 7, children’s Hallinan, 1979). Close friendships appear to be influenced those answers they doubt; they are able to review thoughts and those of their peers clearly by attractiveness, intelligence, and classroom social status various strategies for approaching a problem to conflict and they begin to accommodate (Clark & Ayers, 1988).