It’s hard to be a young adult today. Depending on vocational goals, there is a higher expectation that those entering the workforce will be college educated or beyond. This translates to high student loans, the potential need to live at home with parents for extended periods of time while saving money, and increased competition in the job market in uncertain economic times. Young adults today are deeply concerned about climate change and environmental impacts. They are increasingly politically active, though we face unprecedented hostility and divisiveness in politics today. In other words, it’s easy to see why levels of stress, anxiety, and depression are higher for this generation than for past generations.