In the afternoon of 12 November, the University of Ho Chi Minh City Pedagogy held a meeting to take over the Ministry of Science and Technology project called "Self-destructive phenomena of junior high school (junior high school students) and preventative preventative" , i PGS. Dr Huynh Van Son, Vice President of the University of Ho Chi Minh City Pedagogy.
His director shared with Huynh Van Son, "The self-destructive phenomenon of junior high school students (junior high school students) and preventive measures"
According to Society. Dr Huynh Van Son, currently, is higher than the school's psychological disorders rate, Vietnam students face many psychological difficulties. Therefore, adolescent children have self-cheating and self-identifying actions that are worthy of consideration. This study finds a case for the purpose of finding a way to stop this phenomenon.
Self-destructive behavior includes self-pity, pessimistic thinking about life, self-neglect, feeling low with specific signs of physical and clinical. Sometimes the subject does not recognize.
The manifestation of this phenomenon focuses on behaviors such as health neglect, life itself, refusal of protection (no helmet, life jacket …); self-rotating, hair, carved on the skin, self poisoning, self-rolling; Worried in silence, do not express their feelings. Even higher levels of suicide attempt, suicide.
The research team also conducted a survey of 1,043 students in 7 lower secondary schools in Ho Chi Minh City and Binh Duong. The results of a behavioral status study revealed that 643 students (61.6%) were self-neglected, showing their lack of responsibility. In addition, 401 people have "think pessimistic about life" which accounts for the second highest proportion (38.4%). Up to 149 students received "they hurt themselves", which accounts for 31.6%.
From 1,043 students, the screening team made 280 students who achieved self-destructive behavior.
In particular, the self-destructive signs on the body have many scary numbers and many levels, such as hair loss accounting for 18.2%; Self-food also accounted for 18.2%. Incredibly, self-defeating and self-harm behavior accounts for over 35% at two levels and many. Excitement for something also accounts for almost 20%.
"We have had a detailed study of a student who has the practice of banging his head against the wall whenever something is not right with parents and teachers. When touching ends with his hands , obviously the remains are seen, although it has been covered over time, it has also interfered with deep, "Assoc. Dr Huynh Van Son said.
"At a drum level, there are one and two very heavy drums, however, taking into account a total of 280 children, the ratio of almost 1% is still scary," said Son.
Assoc.Prof.Dr. Huynh Van Son also said that the most troubled students in psychology, the most self-destructive self-destructive behavior that are easy to see in the sixth Classes are students first grade and grade 9 is the final grade Preparation for exams. However, because of pressure from others they do not have self-destructive behaviors, but in many cases they expect too many of them. Some children are attacked by their friends, enforced or emulated by emotion.
Clearly, statistics show that topics that show self-destructive signs tend to focus on good, average and good students. In particular, among them there are 99 excellent students, 110 good students, 51 ordinary students. Similarly, the proportion of students with good and comparative behavior is a majority, while the proportion of students with average behavior, weak and lower, is almost negligible.
The research team also proposed some preventive measures, including raising awareness of self-destructive behavior among secondary school students, teachers and especially school counselors. In addition, they organize integrated life-skills seminars to develop the ability to cope with this behavior for students. At the same time, build a system based on knowledge and exercises that teach "self-destroying" students to regulate psychological statements and deal with these behavioral stimuli.