Half of Britain's young people feel unaccepted in their social group

Published July 5, 2018 0 Plays

Rumble / Social ExperimentsMore than half of the nation's young people feel 'unaccepted' by their peers, teachers or families, according to new research.

The study into the worries of the nation’s youth found 56 per cent feel they can’t be their true selves around others for fear of being judged.

Another one in six worry they are 'different' from everybody else, and 'won’t ever' find a place where they fit in.