It can motivate people to strive for greatness. Anger can motivate people to do the unthinkable and accomplish great feats. Susan David, who wrote about how negative emotions can benefit a person, goes on in her article to state that “on academic tests an individual in a more somber mood will try to answer more questions and get more of them right then he or she will when feeling cheerful.”(126). The study shows a direct correlation between a negative attitude and success, whether it be in life or on a test. Happiness can possibly lead to a more relaxed state of mind which can lead to different levels of laziness.
A dominant perspective is that deficits in social support increase the risk for depression. Every human being wants to belong with another. Personal relationship provides safety individuals protect them from too much isolation. Social support is vitial and effective for depression recovery. It has positive effects on person’s life.
It is not good to add to the negative effects of social anxiety. This can add to the anxiety even if it 's not that negative. Social anxiety is a negative disorder that will bring other negative disorders with it or increase their presence. Shyness will only be a half negative. Shyness might not be the best thing to have but it will show what good friends are.
Depression, anxiety and stress are common in our society. They are normal reactions and can actually be beneficial in some situations but for some people these can become their suffering and have difficulty in controlling it and it may affect their daily life. Bonding between parent and child plays an important role in the healthy development of the child but in some cases it can lead to mental disorders. Early parental bonding forms an internal working model that is used as reference for later relationships and experiences. The present study will examine the relationship between parental bonding and mental health in university students by examining the three potential mediators that are depression, anxiety and stress, to understand the mechanisms
The influence of peer pressure on young people’s involvement in risky behaviors is important, especially in modern day research, as peer pressure has become a reoccurring issue surrounding our society. Peer pressure can be negative or positive, the influences can come from various people – parents, siblings, friends, clothes, habits, as well as the newest trends. Peer pressure has become a rising concern especially involving middle and high school students, as studies show that you are most vulnerable to risky decisions while also trying to find yourself. There is also the exploration of risky decisions involving criminal behaviors, substance abuse, and bullying. The effects that peer pressure has on its victims can cause the victim to become more isolated, depressed or give them anxiety issues.
External factors: Particular affairs, family, peers, and occupational position are included in external factor. There are many types of self-esteem such as where the self-esteem forced by the emotions and conditions (Driscoll, 2013). Higgins explored the consequence between the variations of self-idea and actual self. He found minor variations between self-idea and actual self. His study showed that low self-esteem lead towards negative impact on the psychological behavior or functioning of the person ,on the other the person who have high self- esteem he will be less chances of stress related disorder as well as that person have strong emotions.
With reference to Pakistani society, adolescents face a lot of physical and emotional problems at this stage which we shall discuss in detail. During this stage individual faces pressure from home as well as from external forces such as school, university, peers, family etc. which have a
Some stress is there fore essential and helpful. Hans Seyle, in his book—“Stress without distress” has described stress as ‘not all that harmful’. As a motivating force, stress can effectively spur us into indulging into more creative work and in turn enriches our pleasurable
(Erkus, 2013) and there is a negative correlation between Self-Efficacy and Intention to quit (Erkus, 2013) Bandura reports that people feeling strong level of self-efficacy can see difficult issues as tasks to be achievable, show deeper interest in the actions exhibit high level commitment to these interest recover quickly from issues even from disappointments. In contrast, If people feel weak self-efficacy, avoid difficult situations and tasks and quickly lose their confidence in terms of personal abilities (Bandura, 1994).Shortly, self-efficacy is different from the other constructs and emphasizes how people think, feel and take actions (Bandura,1997). Peoples with high self-efficacy make more effort and work on issue longer than low self-efficious people and when they face setbacks, they can recover more easily and agile and keep committed to their objectives and they can choose challenging tasks. Due to this fact, High self-efficacy highlights person’s belief in his/her competence to deal with difficulties in all kind of situations and demands. (Schwarzer, 2005) Self-efficacy plays an important role in conflict management.
The Effects of Positive Thinking Positive thinking is a term that people often used to refer to optimistic people who can pass through any stumbling rocks and handle various issues by their positive perspectives. In addition, this way of thinking assists them to pursue and reach their aims or overcome those hurdles. In other words, Clear (2016) remarks that positive thoughts broaden people’s sense of opportunities and open their mind up to more possibilities. For instance, optimistic people look at obstacles as challenges that motivate them and they also learn a lesson from failing while gaining precious awards that enrich their experiences. On the other hand, Clear (2016) writes that negative thinking leads to focusing on adverse emotions