Adolescent mental health standards

Adolescent mental health standards

A good learning environment and social environment are important conditions for adolescents to maintain mental health.

But people in the same environment have different health conditions.

There is no universally accepted standard for adolescent mental health.

  From the perspective of most psychologists and medical scientists, adolescents’ mental health should have at least the following standards: physical health and normal intelligence.

  Physical health and normal intelligence are one of the most important standards of mental health and the basic conditions for normal life and work.

  Personality is good and conscious.

  Mental health adolescents are frank, consistent in words and deeds, behave like one another, love life widely, have a wide range of interests, have good self-awareness, respect self-love, respect others, and be good at regulating their own words and deeds, resulting in personality and emotions consistent with their age characteristics.

  Happy to communicate and good at making friends.

  Have good interpersonal relationships, good at making friends; heart friends, and friends can communicate with each other, get along well, deal with contradictions and differences properly, deal with them properly, and have a willingness and willingness to help others.

  Emotionally stable, optimistic and cheerful.

  Emotion is a thermometer of mental health; optimism can make people feel cheerful.

Maintaining a relatively optimistic and stable mood can be positive in good times, modest and prudent, tough in will and able to overcome difficulties in adversity.

  Pursue and be aggressive.

  Can establish the correct world outlook, outlook on life, value, have ideals, beliefs, pursuits, dare to face the reality, have the courage to take responsibility, be able to determine more realistic goals, and work hard for them.