- Good mental and/or physical health
- Good self-esteem
- Good coping skills
- Social skills
- Good lifestyle habits (e.g., physical exercise, healthy eating, adequate sleep, etc.)
- Spirituality or religiosity
- Family harmony and cohesion
- The health of family members and friends
- Financial stability
- Social support (e.g., having supportive and caring relationships with friends who are reliable)
- Going to a good school
- Having a good job
- Access to health and mental health services
- Access to community services (e.g., sports group)
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