I am a high school student, and I chose to write an essay about insecurities. However, now I feel the topic is too broad. Should I stick with it?


You are very astute to realize that your topic isn't narrow enough. That problem happens a lot to students. Instead of changing topics, you probably will do better to take the subject you started with and narrow it to a particular group of people or a situation. Here are some ideas of problem solution topics on insecurities:

How can schools help high school students overcome insecurities about learning?

How can a high school student overcome insecurities in social situations with the opposite sex?

How can high school students help a friend whose insecurities are limiting their life?

Updated on January 30, 2018

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By Virginia Kearney