A student like you can learn how to establish friendships and relate socially
with children and adults while you are at the school. Unfortunately, social
expectations and friendships usually trigger stress to teenagers especially to
a student who faces social problems. Typical social problems that often take
place inside the schools are peer pressure, cliques and bullying.
This happens when a student affects the decisions of another student. Peer
pressure could be positive and an example of this is when you tell again
your friend regarding the homework or when you push her to join in any
sports team. On the other hand, peer pressure can be negative such as the
pressure to consume alcohol, cut classes, smoke cigarettes, cheat on the
exam and do some sorts of crimes like shoplifting. Students like you
typically find it hard and stressful to resist peer pressure.
Bullying happens when a student is frequently picked on by another
student who is more influential than he or she is. A student who looks
unusual or from a different religion and race, or may be a lesbian or gay is
typically a victim of bullying. This negative thing could be physical like
tripping and hitting or verbal like teasing and taunting. A student, whether
that person is a girl or a boy, can become a bully or the bullying victim.
The school is known to be the second home of the students. Inside the
school, students will learn various things such as how to be sociable and
how to deal with people. It is very imperative for them to develop their
social skills. This book is primarily designed to provide all important topics
and ideas that can help the students learn how they can develop their social
Common social problems in schools
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