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Ahani M. Anxiety Management Skills Training in Students; an Analytic Review. GMJM 2022; 1 (1) :1-8
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Authors M. Ahani *
Education Department, Hormozgan University, Bandar Abbas, Iran
* Corresponding Author Address: Education Department, Hormozgan University, Bandar Abbas, Iran. (melina.ahani91@gmail.com)
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Introdution: One of the main problems of our schools is not helping the problematic students. Unfortunately, instead of being ready to help those who are retarded or in a state of maladaptation, most of them turn away from them and show a repulsive attitude. In the face of seemingly weak students, they are unloved and inadvertently abandoned and repressed. In most of the above cases, these problems are related to students' anxiety and threaten their mental health now and in the future. One of the variables related to mental health is anxiety.
Conclusion: So that the results of some studies have shown that anxiety affects their health and has a negative effect on their body, anxiety and function, and by reducing and increasing anxiety, mental health symptoms and its sub-branches are affected. Anxiety is now a social issue and one of the fundamental foundations of mental health. Researchers and physicians have shown great interest in studying children's anxiety for a variety of reasons, as childhood anxiety is a dangerous and important factor in the development of behaviors such as delinquency, dropout, and violence in adolescence and adulthood. Almost half of the antisocial children in adolescence continue to behave similarly. Also, half of the antisocial adolescents engage in antisocial behaviors in adulthood.

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