This guide offers strategies for parents to help teens with academic anxiety, emphasizing the importance of recognizing early signs, such as worry about grades and physical symptoms. It attributes anxiety to pressures to perform, disorganization, and fear of failure, suggesting organization, creating a study schedule, and using tools like planners to combat overwhelming feelings. Additionally, it recommends mindfulness and providing emotional support to address the stress’s emotional aspects.
How to Help Overwhelmed Teenagers Understanding the Problem When a teenager becomes overwhelmed in their education, it is often because they have not managed their time correctly. They let their workload build up to the point where it feels unachievable to get back on top of it. This feeling of overwhelm can be daunting and […]
Is your son or daughter overwhelmed by exams, workload and life? Is your teenager struggling to keep up with academic pressures, feeling overwhelmed by exams and the demands of school, social life, and perhaps even personal development? You’re not alone, and there is a way out. As an academic performance coach and former head of […]
The clock is ticking, the pages seem endless, and your mind races at a mile a minute. Sound familiar? It’s a scene that countless students can relate to. Exam stress, with its sweaty palms and racing heart, is an all-too-familiar demon for many. But it doesn’t have to be this way. There are effective strategies […]
The journey through academia is seldom smooth. Between rigorous exams, revision schedules, and the pressure to excel, students often feel overwhelmed. While many turn to online tutors to help navigate this maze, an increasing number are discovering the unique advantages of working with an academic performance coach. But what makes a coach a better fit […]