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The Declining Mental Health of Millenials: Is Depression the New Normal?

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The declining mental health of millenials: is depression the new normal?


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will look at this in more detail, this will help with my presentation as well as give more insights.

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Sam Ross, Teenage Whisperer's curator insight, October 25, 2013 5:37 AM

Very interesting article on the increase in teen depression and social media isage. Feeling one’s fate is shaped by external forces rather than one’s own efforts is more likely to cause depression and anxiety than feeling an internal drive and control over one’s future, and it is argued that social  media amplifies these feelings.

David Collet's curator insight, October 29, 2013 10:59 PM

For too long, and for too many, entertainment is not something you actively participate in. It is something that happens to you (or for you).

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The Declining Mental Health of Millenials: Is Depression the New Normal?

The Declining Mental Health of Millenials: Is Depression the New Normal? | Healthy relationships, safe sex | Scoop.it

The declining mental health of millenials: is depression the new normal?


Via Lon Woodbury, Sam Ross, Teenage Whisperer
Louise Avril's insight:

will look at this in more detail, this will help with my presentation as well as give more insights.

more...
Sam Ross, Teenage Whisperer's curator insight, October 25, 2013 5:37 AM

Very interesting article on the increase in teen depression and social media isage. Feeling one’s fate is shaped by external forces rather than one’s own efforts is more likely to cause depression and anxiety than feeling an internal drive and control over one’s future, and it is argued that social  media amplifies these feelings.

David Collet's curator insight, October 29, 2013 10:59 PM

For too long, and for too many, entertainment is not something you actively participate in. It is something that happens to you (or for you).

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Turn the Page

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The Treatment of Young People with Harmful Sexual Behaviour: a Manual Based Approach will prevent sexual abuse by working with children who show harmful sexual behaviour.
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The pressures on the young today is frightening. This is very insightful.

 

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Sexting | For parents | NSPCC

Sexting | For parents | NSPCC | Healthy relationships, safe sex | Scoop.it
Advice for parents on talking about sharing explicit images online or through mobile phones, how to explain the dangers and what to do if your child is affected.
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This is a interesting statistic on what is happening with young people and the sexual pressures they are  under.

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BBC - Newsbeat - Young domestic abusers need better support, say experts

BBC - Newsbeat - Young domestic abusers need better support, say experts | Healthy relationships, safe sex | Scoop.it
Experts want greater investment in the treatment of younger people who abuse partners, including lessons on domestic violence prevention.
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seriously, lets start talking about DA and how to prevent it, as well as helping those who have been child victims.v

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The Hide Out - Young People

The Hide Out - Young People | Healthy relationships, safe sex | Scoop.it
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Domestic Abuse is still a very taboo subject, Womens aid are launching a new website aimed at young people and teenagers.

You can easily visit the site, it has a hide button which takes you to a non-related site, so you can feel confident of privacy.

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