Quote from Dr. Gorav Gupta , Co- Founder of Emoneeds
Assisting a child in managing school stress is pivotal for fostering a positive learning atmosphere. With 63.5% of Indian students expressing stress due to academic pressure, parents hold a crucial role in mitigating these challenges. The key lies in open communication; parents can encourage their child to express feelings and concerns about school, providing unwavering emotional support. Establishing a healthy equilibrium between academics and extracurricular activities is vital to prevent burnout, with breaks and hobbies serving as essential tools for unwinding and rejuvenation. As parents and caregivers strive to support their children through the rigours of academic life, it’s even essential to recognize when additional help is needed. Seeking guidance from mental health experts can provide valuable insights and strategies to address and manage school-related stress, fostering healthy and balanced growth for the child
On the occasion of Children’s Day, the significance extends beyond celebration, acting as a reminder to prioritize the well-being of the younger generation. Children’s Day underscores the necessity for a holistic approach to education that transcends mere academic achievements. Parents, educators, and society collectively should prioritize creating an environment where children feel valued, understood, and supported. Addressing school stress becomes a collective effort, contributing to the comprehensive development of children and ensuring they evolve into well-rounded individuals equipped to navigate life’s challenges with resilience and confidence.