She said to NBC News: 'This generation has grown up with instant access via the internet to everything.
There were 150,483 students who sought help from a counselor, compared to the 100,736 students from last year.Green said the generation is more likely to hold onto their negative emotions and are under pressure to do as well financially as their parents, but aren't succeeding.Green added: 'Students are working so much more to contribute and pay for college.'Although rates of seeking help for mental health issues have doubled, this is seen as a sign of progress because more young adults are seeking treatment.Previous research from the Royal College of Psychiatrists found that only three in 10 people with a common mental illness such as depression get treatment.Professor Simon Wessely said to the Guardian that young adults with mental health issues were likely to get 'literally no' treatment.An older study from California State University found that young people who have casual sex are more likely to suffer from depression.
The experts found higher levels of general anxiety, social anxiety and depression among students who recently had sex with someone they knew for less than a week.
If your relationship is absent on social media, you might have a problem.
Between cushioning, ghosting, benching and breadcrumbing, the Internet has found some pretty cute nicknames to describe my pitiful, futile dating life in 2017.
When the hero of the show and one of the antagonists have a romantic tone right out in the open, as opposed to Foe Romance Subtext.
This adds a degree of tension to the relationship, and as long as you make sure the antagonist is less of a "villain", we're allowed to root for them.
Meet the 31 men vying for Rachel Lindsay’s heart on season 13 of ABC’s hit reality show!