Emotional disorder

em.o.tion.al/ /dis.or.der/
n.noun

Emotional disorder is a broad category which is used commonly in educational settings, to group a range of more specific perceived difficulties of children and adolescents.The most common emotional disorders include Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism, bipolar disorder and anxiety disorder.

Teens, who display characteristics of emotional disorders, are more susceptible to negative behaviors such as, selfishness, rebelliousness, and anger. As adolescence is already a difficult time, teens, who suffer from emotional or psychological disorders, may find navigating through adolescence to be near the impossible. It is for this reason that parents should seek professional therapeutic help if their child is showing symptoms of emotional disorder.

If parents suspect their teen may be suffering from some type of emotional disorder, the services of a wilderness therapy programs will provide their child with adequate therapeutic restoration to their child.

Emotional health

Emo.tion.al / health

n.noun

Emotional health is an individual’s mental state of well-being. Like physical health, emotional health can be damaged and requires professional and clinical treatment. Those who suffer from a weak state of emotional health, need psychiatric rehabilitation, much like a person who suffers from a physical ailment requires medical attention. Mental therapy can provide adults and children, who suffer from poor emotional health, with the foundation of rehabilitative fundamentals necessary for achieving full recovery.

It was once thought that success and failure are the contributing factor to a person’s, individual state of mental health. However, psychiatric professionals believe it to be the contrary. Those who are happy and who have a healthy state of mentality, are more likely to find success than those who suffer from mental, or emotional, maladies. Additionally, a person’s mental and emotional health is crucial, for not only achieving success, but also living a life of fulfillment and purpose.

Treatment for young adults and adolescents who suffer from poor mental health

The emotional well-being and mental health of an individual is one of the most important aspects of any person’s life way. For this reason, it is necessary for those who suffer from mental illness or poor mental health, to immerse themselves in psychiatric rehabilitation. With active, psychiatric therapy, a person who suffers from mental and emotional disturbance can fully recover and live a fruitful, fully-functioning lifestyle.

English

Eng·lish
(ĭng′glĭsh)

n.noun

English is defined as, a course or individual class in the study of English language, literature, or composition. English is one of the four core courses taught in our country's general educational system. The base course of English studies begins with a student's first school year and continues on until the completion of their primary education ( k-12).

Environment

/en.vir.on.ment/

n.noun

The environment, social context, sociocultural context, or milieu, refers to the immediate physical and social setting in which people live or in which something happens or develops. It includes the culture that the individual was educated or lives in, and the people and institutions with whom they interact. A person's environment is highly influential. Their environment influences everything from the way a person thinks, what he/she likes/dislikes, and what that person does for recreation. This is especially true of adolescents.

Generally speaking, an adolescent's social environment is everything to them. What their peers and other adolescents think of them is an adolescent's main concern. This problematic, inflated importance of their social status in their environment, an adolescent is easily influenced, which can lead to self-destructive behaviors. If it is the cool thing to do, regardless of whether or not it is self-harming, a teen may choose to display negative behaviors. They may do so, in hopes of pleasing other teens within their environment, or to further avoid scrutiny from their environment's social hierarchy.

In short, an adolescent's environment may have a positive, or negative effect on their lives. Because of this, a teen should surround themselves with an environment made up of positive, fruitful and productive peers.

Extracurricular activities

/ex·tra·cur·ric·u·lar/ /ac·tiv·i·ty/
n. noun

Mariam Webster's Dictionary defines extracurricular activity as, ‘an educational or productive activity not falling within the scope of the regular curriculum.’  Examples of extracurricular activities include : social clubs (drama, chess, film etc.), Community activities ( Commmunity theatre, event organizing etc), church activities, arts (theatre, music, dance, creative writing etc.), as well as the participation and the practice of organized sports.

Extracurricular activities are crucial for a well-balanced, productive, teenage lifestyle. These varied activities act as a healthy distraction for teens, who might otherwise engage in unhealthy, self-destructive activities. Additionally, a well-balanced lifestyle requires an adolescent to participate in at least one extracurricular activity, with regularity.