Adults today are self-obsessed and more stressed than those who lived through the Blitz, claims psychologist

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British adults today are more self-obsessed and worry more about their daily lives than those who lived through the Blitz, a new book claims.

This is despite the fact they don’t have to worry about bombs, blackouts and rationing, says psychologist Graham Price.

He adds that today’s adults spend twice as much time fretting about their lives as those who lived through the Blitz.

British adults today are self-obsessed and 'consumed' with negative thoughts about their own personal problems from work and money to relationships, a psychologist has claimed British adults today are self-obsessed and ‘consumed’ with negative thoughts about their own personal problems from work and money to relationships, a psychologist has claimed

The book, The Promise, also claims that Britons have forgotten how to ‘look on the bright side of life’.

Mr Price suggests the poster, Keep Calm and Carry On, would have worked during the Second World War but has less effect today, despite the slogan’s recent resurrection.

 The problem is that today’s adults are ‘consumed’ with negative thoughts about their own…

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