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-- -- new study finds that life is harder today than it was forty years ago especially for young people.
Of those -- I was with 4000 people surveyed young and old.
Agree that things are much tougher now for people in their twenty's.
-- -- Apple's a member of our Fox News medical -- team.
They say that they are stressed and how 41%.
Say that they experience regular or constant stress from money worries from being overworked.
Worries about body -- and so -- and in the older generation says it it just wasn't like that for us your thoughts.
Yeah this is compared to 15%.
You know forty years ago so we're talking about a 300%.
Well I think the deployment of technology.
Which makes people available 24/7.
The amount of focus which -- talked about with you in terms of narcissism and but also the need.
To keep up with appearances.
And what seems to be -- trading in of some moral values in grounded -- For the desire for quick riches.
So with the -- being expensive as it is.
With everything in our culture being branded an expensive now and ask operational.
People feel stressed that they're not making the money they once did in order to just buy things that were ordinary now everybody's trying to -- perform right away.
To what extent -- -- Pictures of -- little girls -- with the following along with an iPod.
To what extent it does technology play a role in all of this is even now you look around have been -- somebody -- the people the Taylor looking down at their electronic devices at a look at it you who showed up actually -- -- with them.
It disgorge -- it really is you know people are in need.
Reflection it's literally the way we work neurological.
We've decided without thinking about it to simply deploy as much technology as possible as many fun gadgets as we can and to think.
That the Amish have not -- to teach us about this is folly.
Because there are groups that in to it listen.
This is short circuiting something about our capacity to focus -- why is attention deficit disorder skyrocketing.
Why are people telling us and surveys like this that they are much less comfortable.
Why is it that literally half of people forty years ago -- -- -- feel any stress and all in this survey.
Now we we -- we could never reproduce 50% saying they feel no stress at all everybody's stress.
Now when you think about that they say that the older generation really enjoyed the clock on clock off.
Aspect of life they when they went home they were home they were with their families they'd have blackberries -- computers.
Or even voice -- for people to track them down that's just not the way it is today do want to ask you about.
Body image yet which is so big in today's -- -- society it wasn't so much forty years ago.
I think it was less so I think that now because literally you know with this snap chat in all of these different apps now.
Literally there's one now where you send for a photo of yourself people can look at it decide whether to hold it or not you're alerted if they've saved it.
You can pick on another app from seeing pictures that randomly appear who do you think is hot.
All of this image.
Is consuming our capacity to feel settled to be at one with our thoughts as it was I'd like to get to know you.
Well -- I'd like to know your picture and it better be good.
And so it's those three extra pounds may be used to be 33 extra pounds.
Now everything is hyperbolic we focused on appearance to -- -- self worth is wrapped up in that our money is not a good place to be a doctor thank you that's -- Iraq.
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