Among all the kids, surely someone suffers school phobia. That fear that paralyzes you and terrifies you to the point of not being able to go to school.
Fanny Vandermeersch, HuffPost France Teacher and author of the blog Les billets de Fanny
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Now that the return to school is approaching , some - more than others - are already shuffling. Nerves appear in the stomach and agitation at bedtime. Back to school is sometimes equivalent to anxiety. Of course, it gives a little bit of anguish , but the ball in the stomach will disappear as the day progresses. However, for others, this ball of anguish will only grow until it becomes a real inconvenience for the day to day.
On the playground, we, the teachers, will look with indulgence at how our students enter class. We will scrutinize the expression of his face, we will pay attention to the affinities already created, to those that are formed, to those that are lost. And then everything will be chained. We will continue to keep an eye on the students who are isolated, we will let those who pretend that everything goes well (some do it very well).
Among all these students, surely some will suffer school phobia . That fear that paralyzes the child and that terrifies him to the point of not being able to go to school, despite his interest. First it will be an absence of one day or less (gut pains, nausea ...), then a longer absence, and so on. " What's your new whim?" "Now he does not want to come to school? In a vague, he's going to stay at home with video games ." This sententious judgment, pronounced with a serious face, tends to disappear, but in some cases it remains rooted, to the chagrin of the family, medical institutions and other teachers.
They are kids for those who leave school is a release, while entering class is equivalent to feel death.
We are not going to lie: there are, as always have existed, children who do not want to go to school (or the institute) because they do not feel like it. The education system is not made for everyone. But I do not talk about this. I speak of students who really suffer what is known as school phobia. They are kids for those who leave school is a release, while entering class is equivalent to feel death. In a society that relies on pressure (social success, family, etc.), in fear of failure and in the eyes of others, this evolution is not strange. Then, why deny it?
As much as the existence of anxious school refusal is denied - another name for the same problem - it will not disappear. Therefore, let's listen to teenagers who tell us something is not right. Let's try to understand them before judging them. Let us continue to be indulgent as on that first day of class.
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