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The Prevalence of Emotional Burnout During the Pandemic

Emotional burnout isn’t just an issue for America’s youth — it is becoming more and more prevalent across generations and communities. Sophia Meguid, a junior at Utica High School, discusses the importance of acknowledging the monumental changes we’ve faced during the pandemic.

The Prevalence of Emotional Burnout During the Pandemic

Emotional burnout isn’t just an issue for America’s youth — it is becoming more and more prevalent across generations and communities. Sophia Meguid, a junior at Utica High School, discusses the importance of acknowledging the monumental changes we’ve faced during the pandemic.

This clip is a segment from the Detroit Well Beings Tour event, Please Listen… Students Talk About Mental Health and Suicide Awareness, hosted by public media station DPTV.

The Well Beings Tour is a series of community-based outreach events hosted by local public media stations across the country to demystify and normalize mental health matters, address discrimination and stigma, and encourage compassion. Check our tour schedule to learn more.

WellBeings.org is a mental health resource, not a crisis or suicide response website. If you are in crisis, or experiencing thoughts of suicide, please text the Crisis Text Line (text HELLO to 741741), or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Both services are free and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.