8 in 10 millennials believe they aren’t ’good enough’

8 in 10 millennials believe they aren’t ’good enough’

A new survey, commissioned by plant-based food producer Alpro, across 2,000 millennials (aged 22-38) has revealed that eight in 10 believe they are not ’good enough’ in virtually all areas of their lives. The 80% said the pressure was so acute it was affecting their sleep and mental health. Going to the gym regularly, maintaining a social media presence, and making money are among the top reasons.

porcus 3 months

It's almost like the study is trying to say that social media is toxic...

Guen 3 months

i blame social media. everyone is constantly comparing their average day to other peoples best days. and it becomes a rat race to prove whose enjoying live the most. theres no winners. then even when you get you shit in order and get the job you want, imposter syndrome is waiting around the corner to beat you into submission.

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Asura Bomb 3 months

Sounds about right. I have the confidence of a plastic bag.

Rhokanth 3 months

There'a nothing wrong with feeling that you need to do better. The problem is many millenials reject the idea of self-improvement and pawn off responsibility to others.

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