Volume 14 No 1 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

Stress, Anxiety and Depression Among First-Generation College Students in Chennai


M. Samuel Finny, Dr.P. Suresh and Dr.A.A. Jayashree Prabakhar

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V14I1.221121

Keywords: Stress, Anxiety, Depression First Generation, College Students, Psychological Challenges


Abstract

Stress, anxiety, and depression are the common factors found among the world’s first-generation college students. Different socio and economic conditions influence them to undergo these periods of trauma in their development life span. An amount of positive stress anxiety is recommended in one’s life. But when they exceed their limit of control and coping, they become chronic problems, even can lead one to the level of suicide. First-generation students go through severe problems due to several psychosocial elements. This study scientifically proves how skills are very important in their lives to overcome these problems.

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