Many students feel an immense pressure to succeed academically. The desire to achieve high grades in a difficult academic environment can lead to increased levels of stress and anxiety. Students may overwork themselves and neglect their own well-being.
Educational Institution’s costs increased over 25% from 2008 to 2018. Many young adults must take out loans to afford tuition, room and board, and other fees. This can lead to financial worries as students wonder how they will pay back these loans after graduation.
Today’s young adults are spending more time online on social media and this comes with harmful consequences. Social media may expose users to harassment and cyberbullying. Even positive posts can harm an individual’s self-esteem by causing them to compare themselves to others’ seemingly perfect lives and many of them try to live in a virtual world resembling to what others are doing.
When children are unable to score good marks or are unable to get good ranks in examination, they start doubting themselves and start considering themselves a loser or they consider themselves a bad child who is unable to make his/her parents happy as he/she cannot fulfil even a single and the most basic expectation of his/her parents.