Adulting In My Purpose with summit speaker Tonika Events
Posted By: Nicole Rankine on August 09, 2021 |
Millennials are the generation of people born between 1980 and 1994. Millennial mental health has particular characteristics that set it apart from other generations. The millennial generation may have many of the same mental health issues as their predecessors, but research shows that millennials are experiencing more of these issues than previous generations. People in this age group experience more issues with problem-solving and coping with stress and have higher rates of depression, anxiety, eating disorders, substance ****, and self-harming than previous generations.
Millennial Mental Health by the Numbers
The non-profit organization Millennials for Mental Awareness reports that:
**** is the third leading cause of death among young adults.
Millennials report a “great deal of stress” at 5.4 on a 10-point scale. The average is 4.9.
76 percent of millennials point to work as their main source of stress.
73 percent of millennials say money is the number two reason for experiencing stress.
Family (56 percent) and the economy (55 percent) come in at number three and four as top reasons millennials experience stress.
We are excited to have expert Tonika Dew Evans a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) a part of our Adulting In My Purpose Summit. Registration is still open. www.adultinginmypurpose.com.
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