Imagine if every cell in a person’s body is moving so quick that their veins are out-of-focus, that regardless of the consistent hit of their heart-beat – in their ears, it resembles a broken repetitive sound playing all the sounds at once. Those are just feelings and they are feeling all of them at once, this is anxiety; it’s a major mental health disorder and most of today’s youth are suffering from it. Mental well-being is emotional wellness that includes psychological and social welfare. It controls the daily life of people. Emotional Health is essential at each phase of life, from adolescence through adulthood. The adolescence stage is where every child starts to form their own beliefs’, attitude, and most importantly their identity. Bullying behaviors happen more than once so it increases the chance of developing fundamental harms for the partakers involved. Bullying and being bullied have been perceived as health worries for adolescents due to their relationship with adjustment issues, including poor psychological well-being (Juvonen, Graham, & Schuster, 2006). This is a valid point because many bullies are being bullied or have been a victim of bullying either it happens in their own home or in their own mind. Additionally, those youths that are being bullied either by their oneself or by another individual surrounding them often, they lose their sense of confidence to the point where they would develop depression or anxiety or any other mental illness. It may even reach a stage where all they think about is suicide. And the effects of bullying on psychological well-being linger for a long time. For this reason, people should not turn a blind eye when it comes to bullies and victims of bullying. Another reason is the consequences of toxic families. What people always rely on is family, no matter what. In families with youths, their psychosocial adjustment will rely upon the family stability to which they belong, to a great extent, that is, on family functioning (Navarro, Yubero, & Larrañaga, 2016). Therefore, family tension, fights and violence, overly lenient or excessively strict childrearing and connection complications in the parent-youth interactions, endanger the youth’s optimum growth. Accordingly, those youths that have been brought up in problematic upbringing are suffering from emotional fallout. For example, in a toxic family, parents may have made their children horribly mindful of their own anxieties by doing things like declining to give them a chance to do ordinary youth exercises in light of an exaggerated dread of the results, or they may have even mocked them for showing early indications of any anxiety.There is a significant difference when it comes to gender and forms of mental disorders. Ogden and Hagen (2013) stated that boys show notably higher rates of conducting antisocial and aggressive behaviors than do girls. Boys encounter more issues with outrage and engage in high –risk behavior such as drug use and gun violence. However, when it comes to girls it’s the complete opposite. Girls are more likely to have issues with depression, anxiety and eating disorders; thanks to the unnatural beauty standards media sets. Therefore, Females adolescents are more inclined to the issues that are directed deeply, while male adolescents are more prone to rebel. This is where the differential power and control between genders over the determinants of their emotional well-being is stressed. An additional cause is the lack of resilience in today’s adolescences. The world development is a sword with two edges. Adolescents today have a reputation for being more fragile, less tough but rather more overwhelmed with matters than their folks when they were growing up (Schrobsdorff, 2016). To start with, Thus, there is no line between their genuine and cyber worlds. Additionally, back in the day youths were introduced to many life situations that resulted in them to toughen up. Though in today’s youth they experience those life-changing events in their early adulthood years, since they are more protected than when their parents were in their age. Hence the reason why they are not able to work around their problems and being fragile. Adolescents who are battling poorness and in a financial crisis goes through intensified stress. Poverty and increasing rates of disparity, have major effects on the psychological wellness of sustainable groups; youths are powerless against the impacts of poorness (Dashiff, DiMicco, Myers, & Sheppard, 2009). Youths are aware of everything going on in their families lives. Therefore, they are fully aware when their parents are suffering from economic difficulties which just adds more pressure on their mental health. In addition, these young kids could start believing that they are flawed and this leads to self-loathing and doubting their own intelligence and capability, they start believing that poorness is associated with lack of education. This means that their self-steam is demolished to the point where they believe what others portray of them. The feeling of being less is breaking them. A further factor is high income status. Affluence itself is a risk factor in adolescent development. Luthar and Latendresse (2005) stated that growing up in the society of wealth can bring out various psychological risks. Having money is not the way to happiness. That is especially true for adolescents who come from affluent families. Upper-class children are under a lot of stress because of the excessive needs to thrive to get on the same level with social expectations. They have always been told that they can thrive so they must. Therefore, they perceive their self-worth by how much they have accomplished, they would most likely feel small and inadequate if they do not accomplish. They are living in constant tension and fear- if they do not achieve who would they be? Also, these children are more likely to be isolated from their parents either be it emotionally or literal which could lead to rebellious behaviors such as drug and alcohol abuse. Fortunate youths often have their own hindrances to overcome.The most painful agonies are the ones that cannot be seen.