What if widespread dwindling mental health has less to do with what’s going on inside individuals and more to do with what’s going on outside? And instead of varying levels of sickness, we’re witnessing varying levels of sensitivity/reaction? Is the intention to heal individuals a lost cause (albeit critical) if we do not acknowledge larger issues concerning the way we live/consume/develop as a whole?

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  1. If people were molecules and atoms the more friction, pressure and force you put on them the more they react. I definately feel that there isnt a rise of mentally unstable people, but rather a rise in an unstable and overloaded sensory matrix…