HR Tech

A Generation in Crisis

When 40-year-old marketing manager, Michelle,* first started seeing signs that her teenage daughter, Bella, was struggling, she immediately tried to talk to her about it. But, like most teenagers, Bella was resistant to sharing her feelings with her parents. The more Michelle and her husband tried to help, the more Bella pulled away. “She was withdrawn, she wouldn’t come out of her room, and eventually she started skipping school,” said Michelle. “We couldn’t really make her do anything and she wouldn’t talk to us at all.”


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