Can ‘Duck Syndrome’ Help Explain College Suicides? #suicideprevention http://nymag.com/scienceofus/2015/07/can-duck-syndrome-explain-college-suicides.html

Can ‘Duck Syndrome’ Help Explain College Suicides?

Can ‘Duck Syndrome’ Help Explain College Suicides? #suicideprevention http://nymag.com/scienceofus/2015/07/can-duck-syndrome-explain-college-suicides.html

Can ‘Duck Syndrome’ Help Explain College Suicides?

Can ‘Duck Syndrome’ Help Explain College Suicides?

The Duck Syndrome (Anxiety and Perfectionism Among Women)    Recently, I learned about the duck syndrome from a friend of mine at Stanford University. The duck syndrome is apparently running rampant at many colleges and at many high schools as well. What is the duck syndrome? Well, think of the duck gliding along the water. She looks very serene, calm and pleasant. Then, look under the water and s/he is paddling frantically.

Recently, I learned about the duck syndrome from a friend of mine at Stanford University. The duck syndrome is apparently running rampant at many colleges (and from my research) at many high school.

Duck Syndrome: The Curse of Perfectionism in Students | Psych2Go.net

The webbed foot of a duck reduces drag when folded as the foot is brought forward, and provides power when stretched taut and pushed against the water on a backward stroke.

Can 'Duck Syndrome' Help Explain College Suicides? // NYMag

Can ‘Duck Syndrome’ Help Explain College Suicides?

Can 'Duck Syndrome' Help Explain College Suicides? // NYMag

Duck Syndrome: What is it? | Marie Claire

Duck Syndrome: What is it?

Duck Syndrome, which sees you appear calm and collected on the surface but stressed out and anxious underneath, is affecting increased numbers of students

Can Obama Duck Lame-Duck Syndrome?

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Why I Don't Want to Be A Duck: Dealing with Duck Syndrome

Why I Don't Want to Be A Duck: Dealing with Duck Syndrome

I don't want to be a duck and neither should you. Duck Syndrome fosters unrealistic expectations for success and devalues the hard work we're all doing.

Millennial Duck Syndrome: The Faked-Success Cycle That Hurts Everyone

Millennial Duck Syndrome: The Faked-Success Cycle That Hurts Everyone

When entrepreneurship wasn’t as effortless as I first thought, I felt like I’d failed.

Eliza, a student at Brown University, talks to Dr. Oz about why students feel anxious and depressed in college.

The Mental-Health Problem on College Campuses: Eliza, a student at Brown University, talks to Dr. Oz about why students feel anxious and depressed in college.

DAFFY DUCK

Daffy Duck

Teens & the Duck Syndrome. Too many students on the outside appear calm, cool, and collected while on the inside they are completely stressed out. It’s a “fake it till you make it” mentality. For many, they want to be the great student, the great athlete, and well-liked by peers. But what price do they pay? Proving you can do it all has transformed into an ugly state of unattainable expectations and extremes, which are unhealthy for teens at any age.

Experts say building relationships and emphasizing strong connections with family, schools and the community are key strategies to protect against teen depression and suicide.

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