The mental state of Malaysian youth

Social anxiety became more prominent, especially among young people, after the Covid-19 pandemic. — Filepic

Members of Gen-Z are often referred to as the “strawberry generation”, due to the perception that they are overly sensitive or fragile, and unable to withstand mental health challenges or hardship.

The term, which originated in Taiwan, equates these young adults to strawberries grown in hothouses, which tend to bruise easily.

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