Image yourself sitting there not knowing what to do with your life.You have drove your family away from you being too irritated with everything they do. You’re stressed constantly from your school work. You’re staying up to one am every day to finish it. You get to school just to be bullied and shoved around by other kids. The only way you figure to relieve the pain is to self harm.
This happens for many kids. Bullying, stress of homework, and mental breakdowns all have a bad affect on self harming.
Bullying can cause many health problems for victims. In an interview with a student named Holly Rabey stated "I started self-harming because I was bullied in school which caused a lot of anxiety.” Holly also stated that "It went from scratches on my forearms to deeper cuts on my wrists and my legs, on my sides, even on my stomach. I sometimes bruised myself. I would sometimes burn myself as well." At her lowest point Holly was admitted to hospital after overdosing.
Annual reviews did a study and they found that “Bullying is a pervasive problem affecting school-age children. Reviewing the latest findings on bullying perpetration and victimization, we highlight the social dominance function of bullying, the inflated self-views of bullies, and the effects of their behaviors on victims. “
Stress of homework can also cause students to self-harm. There was a parent of a student that stated “There is no possible way… a student can learn everything mentioned in a class without reinforcing the subject.” Many students don’t know how to do the subject they are learning. This leads to the children stressing themselves to complete an assignment that they don’t know.
Scholastic said the right atmosphere can make all the difference in how much information your child retains. The right atmosphere can affect how a student chooses to learn. It can affect their emotions and how they view a teacher.
In California the California State PTA adopted a resolution this month that stems from work developed by parents at John Burroughs High School who examined how homework has affected fellow parents’ and their children’s lives. Many parents are finding ways to help the children who are having stress problems.How do you think parents are solving their children getting too much homework? Parents in California have found ways to confront the teachers, on how much homework their children are getting.
Illness itself causes many problems with in school.Adolescents with negative body image concerns are more likely to be depressed, anxious, and suicidal than those without intense dissatisfaction over their appearance, even when compared to adolescents with other psychiatric illnesses, according to a new study by researchers at Bradley Hospital, Butler Hospital and Brown Medical School.
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Public - 9/19/16, 3:32 PM