On the afternoon of November 12, the University of Pedagogy of the University of Ho Chi Minh held a meeting to take over the project of the Ministry of Science and Technology entitled "Self-destructive phenomena of high school (high school students) and preventive measures prevent", PGS . Dr. Huynh Van Son, vice president of the University of Pedagogy of the city of Ho Chi Minh.
Assoc.Prof.Dr. Huynh Van Son shared his research on "The phenomenon of self-destructiveness of high school students (high school students) and preventative measures"
Second Assoc. Dr. Huynh Van Son, at present, the higher the rate of psychological schooling disorder, Vietnamese students face many psychological difficulties. Therefore, pubertal children have self-inflicted acts of self-harm that are worthy of consideration. This study finds a cause to find a way to avoid this phenomenon.
Self-destructive behavior includes self-pity, pessimistic thinking about life, self-indulgence, feeling depressed with specific signs of physical and clinical symptoms. Sometimes the subject does not recognize.
The manifestation of this phenomenon is centered on behaviors such as the neglect of health, life itself, the rejection of protection (no helmet, jacket salvation …); self-mutilation, hair, carved on the skin, poisoning by itself, self-laminate; Distracted in silence, they do not express their feelings. Even higher levels of suicide attempt, commit suicide.
The research team also conducted a survey of 1,043 students in 7 secondary schools in Ho Chi Minh City and Binh Duong. The results of the study of the state of behavior revealed that 643 students (61.6%) had self-abandonment, showing their lack of responsibility. In addition, 401 people have "pessimistic thinking about life" that represents the second highest proportion (38.4%). Up to 149 students admitted that they "got hurt", 31.6%.
Of 1,043 students, the team designed 280 students who committed self-destructive behavior.
In particular, the body's self-destructive signs have numbers alarming to many and many levels, such as hair loss by 18.2%; Bites also accounted for 18.2%. Scary is that self-defeating and self defeating behaviors represent more than 35% in two levels and many. Crossing something also accounts for almost 20%.
"We have had an in-depth study about a student who has the habit of hitting his head against the wall as long as he is not right with parents and teachers. Touching the head with his hands can clearly see the blankets, even if covered over time, too He was interfered deeply, "Assoc. Dr. Huynh Van Son said.
"At a heavy level, there is one and a very heavy student. However, taking into account the total number of 280 children, the proportion of almost 1% is still alarming," said Son.
Assoc.Prof.Dr. Huynh Van Son also said that the most problematic students in psychology, the most easily self-destructive behavior, which is easy to see in sixth graders are first grade and 9 are the final grade. Preparation for exams. However, it is not because of the pressures of others who have self-destructive behaviors, but in many cases they themselves expect too much. Some children are attacked by their friends, forced or imitated by emotion.
It should be noted that statistics show that individuals who show signs of self-destruction tend to focus on good, middle and good students. In particular, among them there are 99 excellent students, 110 good students, 51 average students. Similarly, the proportion of students with good behavior and relatively majority, while the proportion of students with medium, weak and inferior behavior is almost insignificant.
The research team has also proposed some preventative measures, including sensitization of self-destructive behavior among high school students, teachers and especially school counselors. In addition, they organize integrated lifelong skills seminars to develop the ability to handle this behavior for students. At the same time, build a system based on knowledge and exercises that teach students "self-destruct" to regulate psychological states and treat these behavioral stimuli.