Wed 2 January 2013, The Independent

Thousands of young people ‘cannot cope with everyday life’

By Richard Garner
A sobering report into the emotional wellbeing of Britain’s young people has revealed that poverty, joblessness and narrowing life chances have left one in 10 16 to 25-year-olds feeling they cannot cope with day-to-day life. Related Stories Can Rowan keep up with the Wyverns? Teachers' morale at all time low
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