Getting married young? It’s good for your mental health
It also comes with less drunkenness and higher life satisfaction.
My marriage and modernity
As a twenty-year old arts student with one year left of my degree, I admit it must have been natural for some people to respond to my engagement last year with less-than-enthusiastic sentiments.
Young Greeks show a practical spirit
Many are learning to be farmers so they can used their family land holdings better.
Philippine youth say YUP! to development, NOPE to population control
Nine young members of the Philippines Legislature have formed a new offensive against the highly controversial Reproductive Health Bill that is still being debated in the national Congress.
Pathological play - not just a Japanese disease
For an older generation of Japanese the defining occupational hazard was karoshi -- the salaryman’s death from overwork. For the post-1970 generation, however, it’s hikikomori -- severe social withdrawal, often linked with internet addiction and video games and marked by a strong aversion to work.
UN youth meeting reminded of primary role of parents
"The family is where young people first learn moral responsibility and respect for others," said the Vatican's representative.
Older generation likes bad news about the young
This post may provide a sort of commentary on the previous one about
20-somethings. German researchers have found that, given a choice, older
people prefer to read bad news rather than good news about young
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