Stress And Stress In Adolescence

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"People who regard themselves as highly efficacious act, think, and feel differently from those who perceive themselves as inefficacious. They produce their own future, rather than simply foretell it" - Albert Bandura
INTRODUCTION

Every child is born with certain natural and inherited endowments. These endowments are modified and sublimated for making the individual child a useful member of society. Adolescence is the most important period of human life. A major part of a country’s population ranges between the ages 13-21 years. The country’s success in various fields of life depends on the proper guidance of adolescents. Every teacher and parent must know about the nature and changes emerging in transition period from childhood to adulthood. They must also know the various problems fraught with developmental characteristics to deal effectively with problems of adolescents. It is also necessary for them to be familiar with casual factor of the problems of adolescents. So that proper individual, educational and vocational guidance may be provided for adequate adjustment in the society.
Tension and Stress have become a part and parcel of today’s life. The 21st century has been branded as the age of ‘stress and anxiety’. Stressful circumstances are encountered everyday and at every stage of human development. From the very trauma of birth itself, right through adolescence, the young meet unavoidable sources of stress. From weaning and toilet training as babies to the process
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