An article in today’s New York Times surveys recent research on the psychological stressors of a dismal economy. 2009 has seen an increase in calls to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, and many are turning to medication and meditation. A related multimedia featureprofiles a number of individuals struggling with economic anxiety.
Our upcoming “What Does Being a Buddhist Mean to You?” column in the Summer 09 issue will feature readers’ responses to the economic meltdown. And look out for other economy-related discussions in the coming months at the online Tricycle Community.
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