Some Of The Effects That Peer-Pressure Have On Teens
Teens are effected in so many ways by peer pressure is social pressure by member of ones peer group to take a certain action, adopt certain values, or other wise conform in order to be accepted. Peer pressure effect different teens in different ways. Teen are often being pressured into using drugs, having sex, drinking and bullying, the list goes on. When the peer pressure becomes overwhelming teens suffer great effects such social anxiety, depression some even result to suicide.
Peer pressure is probably one of the biggest issuses in high school, as a teen its likely you’ve experienced the effect of peer influence in a number of ...view middle of the document...
Also if the teacher ask you a question and you suffer with social anxiety you may be afraid to speck out loud because your mind might be telling you that you going to embarrass yourself. Anxiety a normal part of life and every child goes through phases. A phase is temporary and usually harmless but when it starts going into the stage where your child don’t talk to their peers or even to the parents it’s time to start seeking help. With treatment and support your child can learn how to successfully manage the symptoms of an anxiety disorder and live a normal childhood.
True clinical depression is a mood disorder in which feelings of sadness, loss of
anger, also frustration interfere with every day life for weeks or longer. This will affect teens in high school or middle school very hard because they might not want to attend school or it might case education problems or even hard to make friends or keep a social life with their peers.
It also decrease in desire to do things that use really like to not caring about your appearance also you hold stuff back from your parents and running away form home.
Teen females suffer with depression twice as often then men. Most abused and neglected teenagers are at risk to suffer with depression. Also teens with untreated metal or substance abuse problems causes low self- esteem. Teen depression can lead to alcohol and drug abuse, and violence. Occasional bad moods or acting out is to be expected, but depression is something different. Depression can destroy the very essence of a teenagers personality.
Often depressed people report having great difficulties expressing any kind of anger. In its place of becoming angry with someone who has provoked them, the anger is turned inward against some part of the self. They don't even kick the cat; they kick themselves. These people have a way of making everything their own fault so that no matter what happens, they can blame themselves. Others talk about anger as a useless emotion. What good does getting angry do anyway? They attempt to convince themselves and others that anger accomplishes nothing so why bother. What we don't realize is that this style drives anger beneath the surface and forces it to find a more indirect way for expression.
Teens may go online to escape their problems but excessive computer use only increases their isolation it may lead to reckless behavior and out of control drinking. “Depression is like a war. You either win or die trying”. (Sutter). Teen depression is also associated with a number of health problems including eating disorders and self harm. Teens who commit suicide often suffer from depression. Teens may feel misunderstood so it is wise for parents and care givers to learn up on depression and how to help their child on the road to recovery. Teens may lean on drug use to make the feel better or just help with the pain they have on the end side so then it may lead form just depression to depression drug addictions. Sometimes...