As we face the problems of increasing anxiety in society we must also confront the social conditions behind it. Economic, income, and housing insecurity, alongside the plague of social isolation, is causing a generational mental health crisis, primarily situated in anxiety disorders. Finding long-term solutions therefore can only occur when we are willing to tackle these social causes.
This report by Guardian is about the youth of UK. But do similar conditions appear in Singapore?
What similarities do Singaporeans face in their way of life?
What are the clear differences between both societies and both experiences?
How do we tackle these social causes? Who should confront these causes?