“I can’t do it” – Learned helplessness in children and teenagers

I can't do it

If a person doesn’t believe they can do something, they either won’t bother trying or will just make a half-hearted effort with the expectation of failure.

This is often called “learned helplessness”.

This negative mindset is serious because if it continues, it can potentially affect everything in a person’s life – not just their academic performance but also relationships, job performance and overall life satisfaction.

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