Psychology of young adult regarding stress anxiety and depression
As a result, most of the educational centers have come up with the counseling centers and the students’ helpline to help the students with the depression, stress or anxiety. Nevertheless, the mental issues are also a challenge in most of the learning institutions. This paper seeks to analyze the causes of the stress, depression and the anxiety among the young adults and evaluate on the factors responsible for this disorders. In the research which was done on Monta secondary school, it was found that the depression and the anxiety were at the rate of 14% (Suphan & Mierzejewska, 12). In the category of students who are post-secondary, the percentage of those who are stressed or depressed was found to be high. In analyzing the factors responsible for the stress, depression and the anxiety the Triangle model of the special analysis is utilized (Quinn, 409).
The age limit, financial position, and the gender are the areas of concern for the young adults with the health disorders. The academic performance, the history of the mental health and also the willingness to express their problems to the other young adults are also the aspects of mental problems. The internet also has significantly affected the mental behaviors of the youths. The education institution has introduced the health services and the counseling services to the students to reduce the occurrence of the mental disorders (Quinn, 407). (Suphan & Mierzejewska, 11). The research found out that the young adults from collectivism culture have a very high possibility to the social form of experience, whereas the young adults from the individualism form of culture have a very high sensitivity to personal achievement related form of experiences.
The Latino young adults are more susceptible to mental disorder as compared to Asian young adults (Emmanuel, 8). The length of the new stay in a place also puts the new feelings on the young adults thus the need to explore the new social relationship is not a priority for them. Nevertheless, the longer the time the student can stay in a place, the higher chances of making friends and any other social ties. The social network has led to the social isolation among the youths, depression, jealousy, and loneliness. The young adults have a low tendency to share their problems with each other, and thus they experience the problems alone. The students with a proper social form of support from mother neighbors and friends have very low mental problems (Boak, 7).
When the young adults are exposed to the new environment, they tend to get depressed, or they get stressed up. This is because they take time to adapt the entire environment and peoples around them. The government and the learning institution should put more emphasis on the mental health. All the programs relating to the mental disorders should be examined. Media should be controlled by the government to ensure that what is conveyed doesn’t in any way interfere with the behaviors of the young adults. Adults should be encouraged to share their problems so that they can get the solution and avoid the extreme impacts of stress, depression and the anxiety. WORK CITED American College Health Association. , Henderson, J. L.
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