Calf love can be a serious problem for students, to have the main role of theirs.
Saniresch shooting for children’s television programme “pur+” (Photo credit: Sustainable sanitation)
Studying is an effort to achieve the goal of future succeeding, however to do it, just like drinking a bitter tablet. As a matter of fact, most of students prefer playing or doing other else to studying. This classical phenomenon makes us worried, when the future of young generation is not brilliant minded.
The most interesting idea to discuss is student’s calf love. Naturally it is hard to avoid, because to have such a feeling is a God gift, but the troubles then will come to follow. Let say the underage student who is falling in love with someone and has to forget the main duty as a student. She or he will be very busy to dream on the lover not to be being busy with the school subject. She or he will face the premature case of living, broken-heart, pregnancy and many others.
The unsuitable TV program (romance) creates that atmosphere; most of students figure out and implement it into the reality. They want to feel it as if they were adult without knowing the dangerous or bad impact of performing about it. To deal with a very sensitive thing should be done for those who have a ready mental.
Calf love should have more intention for each parents to lead in the children to have a better choices and wiser to have their role as students.
- a slang, pejorative term used to describe people who act like lunatics, which is itself an outdated term for people with mental disorders
- Mental (TV series), a 2009 television series produced by Fox Telecolombia”
“Mental health describes a level of psychological well-being, or an absence of a mental disorder. From the perspective of ‘positive psychology‘ or ‘holism‘, mental health may include an individual’s ability to enjoy life, and create a balance between life activities and efforts to achieve psychological resilience. Mental health can also be defined as an expression of emotions, and as signifying a successful adaptation to a range of demands.”