Karen Bongiorno | Teenage Students’ Stress Isn’t Always Bad
Karen Bongiorno is a writer, researcher and mom. She recently completed a series of practical guide books for mothers. They give an overview of motherhood, offering encouragement, knowledge, inspiration, organization tools and resources to help mothers handle the full-nest years.
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Teenage Students’ Stress Isn’t Always Bad

Teenage Students’ Stress Isn’t Always Bad


In this Sept. 19, 2018 NYT article,  by Lisa Damour,  “How to Help Teenagers Embrace Stress,” she tells us that student stress is not always bad. She cites recent studies that conclude how students view stress, either positive or negative, will effect how well they handle pressured situations. For example, when students take tests, those who accept that they will have stress do better than those who fear stress. Furthermore, by pushing through stress successfully, students can develop greater resiliency.

 

Karen Bongiorno
karen@karenbongiorno.com
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