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ONE GOOD READ: Are your kids lonelier than you? Studies suggest they are.


People between the ages of 10 and 25, or those known as Generation Z, are doing well. They have more education, lower dropout rates, are less likely to use drugs, have lower teen pregnancy rates, are savvy users of technology, and are less prone to participate in misinformation and conspiracy theories. But they may also be the loneliest generation, according to this article in Business Insider. A study by health insurer Cigna suggests that Generation Z’s loneliness has been magnified by long periods of isolation by the COVID-19 pandemic, but there are other contributing factors, too, such as fewer meals spent around the table with with family, and parents who have planned and organized much of their lives. All of that combined has left Gen Zers missing out on those little moments and those connections that lead to a well-rounded life, the article states.

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