Sudden relaxation after the college entrance examination easily leads to high incidence of psychological problems
Psychological guidance experts suggest that although the college entrance examination for the attention purpose has passed, candidates and parents can breathe a little sigh of relief, but the so-called “post-college entrance examination period” is still very critical. If you want to estimate scores, fill in volunteers, etc., both full of expectations, and accompaniedWith anxiety, candidates have to endure many psychological pressures, which are prone to various psychological conflicts and even psychological crises.
Psychologists remind parents that parents need more attention and care after the exam.
According to reports, candidates’ psychological state at this time can be roughly divided into two types.
One is indulgent mentality, which is the majority.
Many candidates finish their final exam and their release begins.
Normally, they would choose to party, followed by endless games, Internet, watching TV and so on.
They felt that they had finally reached the end of their lives and had to “work hard” and replace themselves with so many years of hard work, so they played without restraint.
Some candidates are even contaminated with bad habits, which is harmful to human health.
High tension before the test and sudden release after the test will inevitably impact the human physiological and psychological system.
Therefore, experts suggest that candidates should relax appropriately and gradually, and should not be too indulgent.
Moreover, there are still important things to do in this period, such as filling in points and reporting on volunteering.
The second is a depressed state of mind.
Some candidates feel that they are not playing very well. After the score is estimated, they feel that they will miss the ideal university, and their emotions will become lower and lower.
This kind of candidates will be accompanied by sleeplessness, sleepy expression, closed door and other performances. In severe cases, they also have suicide thoughts, and even adopt suicide behaviors.
This period of time after the college entrance examination is a period of high incidence of psychological problems for students.
Experts advise candidates to learn to embrace reality.
As the saying goes, all roads lead to Rome, and you must learn to comfort yourself in time.
Don’t pay too much attention to others’ opinions and evaluations.
In addition, we must learn to regulate our emotions and get out of the low mood in time.
Try to do more things, such as talk to someone, talk outdoors, watch TV, etc.
Parents with such candidates are advised not to put pressure on their children, let alone complaints and accusations.
Communicate with children, usually observe their children’s behaviors, understand their psychological changes in a timely manner, guide them correctly, and accompany the children through this waiting period.
Once an abnormal situation is found in the child, parents should pay great attention to it, promptly guide it, and seek professional psychological institutions for help if necessary.
The third is anxious mental state.
After taking the college entrance exam, some candidates are not confident about their assessments and goals, and will fall into long-term concerns.
What to do is not practical, and is at a loss.
Sometimes my heart is empty, especially boring, and often at a loss, as if lost my soul.
This is due to the fact that many candidates have not adjusted their consciousness in time after the test, which means that they do not concentrate on doing things.
Especially in the process of waiting for the score or after completing the volunteer application, while waiting for the admission result, both the candidate and the parents of the candidate may experience this feeling.
Experts suggest that parents of candidates should be prepared to communicate with their children and encourage their children to go out to exercise and divert their attention.
Candidates can also do things that they would normally like to do but do n’t have the opportunity to do based on their interests and hobbies.
Candidates should strengthen self-conditioning, moderate outings with their classmates, read, listen to music, etc., or help parents do some housework.
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