College Snowflakes have a psychiatric disorder

This is terrible news; not only are these tender things melting at 0° in stead of 32° but they cannot handle the quotidian exigencies they’ll have to face. It is going to be a long year.

New Concerns Arise About Mental Health Of College Students

New concerns arise about the mental health of students on college campuses all across the country.

Dr. Gene Beresin, a psychiatrist and Executive Director of The Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds at Massachusetts General Hospital, says 50% to 60% of college students have a psychiatric disorder.

“What I’m including in that is the use of substances, anxiety, depression, problems with relationships, break-ups, academic problems, learning disabilities, attentional problems,” says Dr. Beresin. “If you add them all up 50% doesn’t seem that high.”

Some undergraduates at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) agree.

“People go through tough times,” says Dane Erickson, a rising junior from Naples, Florida. “It’s really stressful sometimes here at school.”

“I know a couple of friends who had a difficult first semester last year,” explains Maddie Burgoyne, a rising sophomore from Michigan.

Dr. Beresin says the suicide rate in college in astronomical. “A college student kills himself every day,” he says. [snip]

What will they do if they’re caught out in the open with no safe space in the immediate area? Suppose some nefarious individual utters a “TRIGGER’ word and another underclassman isn’t there to clutch and comfort them.Safe zone worryOne of the most serious fractures in the world of the safe nest is going to happen just before mid-terms: The Presidential Election. They’re going to hear Donald Trump’s name echoing all around the quad, reflecting off the buildings and sneaking into the dorms.

What will the RA’s and RD’s do if Trump wins? There will be no shelter available to protect the tender minds from the heat of the Trump win.

The bodies will be stacked deep in those tiny safe rooms, brains leaking out of their ears.
The school will have to make up the tuition loss by selling tours.

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