Now that we officially finished with toilet paper and gasoline hoarding, it’s time to assess the damage. More importantly, what are the long term consequences for the 67 million American teenagers known as Generation Z?
Like the pandemic, the Great Depression was a time of extreme desperation. One in four families were unemployed. People went hungry or were under-nourished in record numbers.
Jobs were scarce in the 1930’s and pretty much everything was in short supply, including hope. Surprisingly, academic studies later confirmed that this deprivation and extreme anxiety had very few long-term repercussions on children.Read more on themighty.com