Call to conquer stress

6th November 2009 at 00:00

A psychologist has launched a campaign to urge teachers to educate pupils about stress. Rick Norris wants the Government to adapt the curriculum to tackle the causes of stress, including lessons in self-esteem and positive thinking. He said the lessons would be like inoculating pupils against diseases or educating them about the dangers of smoking.

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