STUDY OF EGO STRENGTH IN RELATION TO STRESS MANAGEMENT AMONG SENIOR SECONDARY STUDENTS
Keywords:Stress, Management, Ego, Strength, Ego-Strength, Senior Secondary Students
In the present age adolescent are confronting many challenges in their life. These challenges are giving birth to many psychological problems like botheration, and fuss, restlessness, nervousness, solicitude and emotional uncertainty in their day to day life. Their life is expecting more and more from them, which causes a imbalance between expectation on them and their measures to fulfill these expectation, this give birth to stress in them. stress is a displeasing situation perceived mentally arising a feeling of discontent and anxiety. Stress is also called as the silent killer because its take a long time before permanent damage is done. So, it is essential to let up the adolescent from stress through “Stress Management.”
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