“Millennials are already facing a lot of challenges”
Anyone who has been paying attention since November 9th would undoubtedly agree with this diagnosis.
Red Alert Politics reported:
Professor: Millennials have mental health problems from 2016 election
After Donald Trump won the presidency in November, liberal college students were pretty upset as they took part in cry-ins, walkouts, and marches. However, a psychiatry professor at Michigan State University believes that a lot of millennials upset with the election results are now developing mental health problems.
Dr. Farha Abbasi, who’s an expert on mental health post-election, told the Spartan Newsroom that for some millennials are becoming more anxious as they struggle with their identities while depression is worsening for others.
“Millennials are already facing a lot of challenges,” Abbasi said, explaining that between living during wars in the Middle East, a major recession, rising tuition costs, few employment opportunities, and crippling debt can really take their toll on mental health.
Most of these mental health problems are seen in women, LGBTQs, minorities, and non-white immigrants. They can experience anything from fear, shame, or helplessness.