We asked 1031 students what difficulties they face in Middle schools, High schools, Colleges…. Do you want to know what were there 3 majors responses?

We asked 1031 students what difficulties they face in Middle schools, High schools, Colleges…. Do you want to know what were there 3 majors responses?

We asked 1031 students what difficulties they face in Middle schools, High schools, Colleges…. Do you want to know what were there 3 majors responses?

  • “Connection, Peer pressure and Fitting in”
  • “Communication barrier between teachers and students; misunderstanding and generation gap”
  • “Stress due to social, family issues”

It is obvious that students face countless challenges. I clearly remembered being bullied, excluded from a group of friends, beaten by friends who turn enemies. “Fitting in is complicated to do. And now, as socially insecure young people strive for standing and definition, the incidence of five social cruelty behaviors become more common: teasing, exclusion, bullying, rumoring, and ganging up” said Carl Pickhardt Ph.D. psychologist in Austin, Texas and author of Surviving Your Child’s Adolescence, Boomerang Kids, and Why Good Kids Act Cruel.

 

Students encounter countless types of problems that can arise during this time of life,

 

Here is the result of a survey conducted by Josh Shipp

Dr. Gene Beresin, professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and executive director of the Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds said “It is not surprising the school stress is highest, given the tremendous pressures on teenagers to achieve, and the increased competition for college. Also while unemployment is high, students who are not going to college feel increased pressures to achieve in school.”

 

As a result, we have designed an enticing program and workshops to help the students face these challenges and overcome obstacles to be successful at school and in life.

They will learn:

*how to overcome barriers and be able to develop self- esteem; self-identity; self- motivation, self-compassion;

*Build the resilience to say NO to peer pressure, drugs, alcohol and derailment of poor choices.

* Finish what they started by using the available resources on campus to keep their minds of the goals.

 

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