It is said that high school marks the transition from childhood to adulthood. It is the time when one becomes more independent when making decisions and planning every day’s schedule, and when many changes are happening on a physical, cognitive, emotional and social level. It is also the time when the question “What will you be when you grow up” should slowly be answered.
The amount of time and work needed for school and extracurricular activities is increasing. Every grade suddenly becomes more important and let’s not forget the dilemma regarding work or further education after high school. It is clear that the pressure is rising. In spite of it, high schoolers need to maintain their focus and motivation when they have to learn the subject they do not find interesting or useful for their future, and at the same time regulate their emotions effectively. We believe that anyone who has a chance to learn how to regulate one’s attention, focus, motivation, and emotions can become the best version of oneself.