NCEAA sixteen year old girl sits slouched in the corner of her bedroom. She just cant do it anymore. Her eyes are bloodshot from lack of sleep, and her head is pounding with a migraine. She feels weak and vulnerable. Unappreciated. Taken advantage of. A single tear of frustration, of defeat, rolls down her cheek.NCEA by Nix-Likes-Avocados
What tyrant has reduced this girl to such a desolate state? Text bullying? An eating disorder? Alcoholism in the family? Sexual abuse? While these issues are all terrible, they are not a part of this girls life. The culprit here is a relatively new antagonist, who poses one of the biggest threats yet to our generation, both now and in the future. Would you believe me if I told you that four letters can send a young person like you or me on such a steep downward spiral? Would you believe me if I told you that these four letters are setting us up to fail in life? NCEA.
Never before has an acronym struck fear in to the hearts of young New Zealanders and their mentors quit