Have Americans become too fragile for their own good?

41rAIgUS0gLWhat’s driving America’s mental health crisis:

’Beyond trigger warnings and safe spaces lies an entire population that espouses victimhood in all walks of life.…’

Via Big Think

2 thoughts on “Have Americans become too fragile for their own good?

  1. grzz40

    Surely this article isn’t the first. It’s an interesting topic I expect would be revisited about every generation. The aged carry their culture, watch it be ignored, but each younger generation cannot have any of the experience of the older one, let alone all of the experiences, so they are compelled to draw their own conclusions, set their own culture.

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  2. grzz40

    RE: my previous comment, this quote from another FMH article in my stack: “Beginning in his high school years Mr. Hargrove expressed a deep affinity for jazz’s classic lexicon and >> the creative flexibility to place it in a fresh context << ."

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