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Are Millennials More Prone to Depression?
A Hightech Hardly Ever Depressed Millennial
You don't often feel depressed because you live for your smartphone. You are active on social media and might even be a content creator. You have no idea where you'd be without the internet. But, you do wonder and in those moments you feel frustrated with your life.
An Old School Socially Isolate and sometime Depressed Millennial
Unlike your millennial counterparts, you don't subscribe to the latest millennial trends, you are somewhat isolated and get into your head. This makes you feel sad, sometimes depressed and you experience and underlying dissatisfaction with life. You don't have a Facebook account and think smartphones are ruining our brains. You're a pretty conservative person in nature and prefer tradition over novelty.
A Hip Hardly ever Depressed Millennial
When people look at you, they know for sure that you are a 100% millennial. But underneath the bravado, you sometimes feel life could be better or different. In thos moments you feel lonely and depressed because a lot of what you do is an external mask. It's not he real you people see but, you're always wearing the latest trends and styles as seen on Instagram. Yes...you love everything millennial from essential oils to succulents to vape pens. But, then addiction sets in.
A Millennial Mommy That Gives Everything to her Child and Others, But Forgets Herself.
You're a young millennial mom who loves to pamper her little one with all the latest baby gadgets and gizmos. You see your parenting journey as an opportunity to make the world a better place reusable diaper at a time. But, you've been giving so much time away that nothing is left for you and this makes you feel sad and at times depressed.
Why? They graduated from schools focusing on test taking and not on creativity or learning to solve problems. The pressure of perfectionism is rampant so Ms. Buchanan reports in The Guardian. Today, 20 percent of millennials suffer from depression, as opposed to 16 percent of Generation X and 16 percent of baby boomers. Read more about the issues here and here… In the United States, a 2018 report from Blue Cross Blue Shield found that diagnoses of major depression had risen 47 percent for millennials in 2013.
Millennials are experiencing higher levels of anxiety, depression, and thoughts of suicide than generations past. The good news is that this can be treated with Clinical Hypnotherapy. Achieving effective and rapid results is easy when you combine Buddhist practices, and mindfulness together with classical hypnotherapy. Come in for a session or a series of sessions and you will learn methods and tools that will serve you well for the rest of your life.
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