The Personal Theology of Suffering
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Students are forced to struggle for attaining a competitive stance. Even though the reasons for competing towards attaining a brighter future can be considered as justified, however, the impact of the immense pressure from both the society and family members is causing multiple psychological disorders within the students. Parents do want their children to attain appreciable competitive ranks and brighter futures but they often ignore the level of pressure which their children go through, in terms of attaining their expectation.
Additionally, the consequences of these psychological disorders are immensely affecting the physical health of the students. Eventually, the students get subjected to weakness, lack of interest in their educational aspects and thus, pose a threat to their career. As a result, this discussion will be focusing on elaborating the side effects of depression and anxiety to which various students have been subjected to. It will also elaborate the remedial measures, which need to be currently taken into consideration along with those, which can be intended to be undertaken in the future, taking into consideration the present deteriorated state of the students (Liselotte et al., 2006).Depression and anxiety are the two psychological issues that in the current societal scenario can be considered to be in a rising state specifically within the student population.
At some point, students believe that they might also get subjected to these psychological issues. Multiple aspects have come into observation regarding the deterioration in their academic performances. Over the past few years, it has been observed that students undergo immense pressure and tension thinking about one aspect i.e., how will they position themselves within an appreciable ranking in the competitive examinations (Lovibond & Lovibond, 1995).Multiple students consider themselves as average students and get nervous when they observe other students struggling towards attaining a better academic ranking.
Eventually, they start observing the negative impact of the nervousness that further deteriorates their health. .