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Our research has shown that more and more young Australian boys are living in a world where father-figures are absent due to work and other pressures of modern life. Generational traditions are not being passed down and, despite the superficial signs of external success, contemporary culture is leaving our youth isolated, lonely, misunderstood and disconnected.

Studies in 2019 released by The Economist and Australian and USA universities are pointing towards social media usage a driving factor behind mental health challenges. Today, we see 70% of 7-18-year-old males using social media 2-10 hours per day. 

As a result, anxiety, depression and bullying are at the forefront of the minds of Generation Z. These millennials are highly intelligent young people, who realise that if they are exposed to these negative factors, they are more likely fall into addiction, poverty and unrealised potential.

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