Hey, what’s with all the young people? That seems like a fair question about a generation that’s replaced rebellious party drugs with Xanax and Zoloft. Consider some of these stats from a recently published paper: “High school students in the 2010s were twice as likely to see a professional for mental health issues than those in the 1980s; more teens struggled to remember things in 2010-2012 compared to the earlier period; and 73% more reported trouble sleeping compared to their peers in the 1980s.” From Quartz: Why are our kids so miserable? Cheer up kids. You’re supposed to have fun and make your parents feel miserable. (All kidding aside, it could be the screens, folks. It really could be the screens.)

+ “Wish we could turn back time, to the good ol’ days, when our momma sang us to sleep but now we’re stressed out.” Those are the lyrics of a song called Stressed Out (by the great Twenty One Pilots) that has quickly become what The Atlantic calls an Anthem of Millennial Anxiety. (It’s pretty weird to hear my kids, 7 and 9, sing those lyrics.)