Coping is about embedding the skills needed to manage the knocks of everyday living, like problem-solving, staying calm and leaning on others if needed.

Seeing the funny side of life and having a sense of humour makes life easier. Try not to take yourself too seriously and make time for having a laugh. Laughing makes you happier, it’s a fact – it triggers the release of endorphins which are the bodies happy chemicals, so even watching a funny film can help boost your mood.

Helpful Links

See our blog on top tips for having a laugh

See the Resilience Revolution blog on Resilient Moves for Coping

Members of the Resilience Revolution share tips on Coping

Young People Laughter: It’s good for you

Adults Mindful – Lol now

Volunteers Children’s Activity Facilitator

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