A new report from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) found that 57% of teen girls felt persistently sad or hopeless in 2021—double that of boys and nearly 60% more than the highest level reported over the past decade. What role is social media playing in this disturbing decline?
Today’s young woman is facing a culture that is very different from the one their parents’ faced 25 years ago. With the rapid influx of secularism and relativism, just about anything goes and what was once considered an acceptable moral standard for all is now considered to be “up to the individual.” How do we prepare our girls to face the world as it exists today and still keep their faith and values?
A prominent researcher who has been studying generational differences for decades says that the introduction of the smartphone into the lives of America’s teens is producing a generation of seriously unhappy people.
Is bullying and over-reliance on social media really behind the increased numbers of youth suicide and drug addiction, or is the lack of religion and the higher meaning it lends to life the real culprit?
America’s young girls continue to be under pressure to relax their moral standards as yet another popular teen magazine, Seventeen, published a glowing review of a music video featuring same-sex attraction and adultery.
The parents of two teenagers say their children committed suicide just days after watching the controversial Netflix show, 13 Reasons Why, which many believe glorifies suicide and revenge.