I don't know, the PPACA was pretty much just a big give away to the insurance industries, and it will *not* (significantly) slow down health care costs.
"What do you make of these numbers?"I wouldn't be surprised if these statistics are just one instantiation of a more general truth: "Believing that X has a plan for your life improves your [own self-assessment of your] mental health". The problem is that you can fill in any belief, group, etc. for X, and it is likely to be true.I also think that the more well entrenched and widespread one's belief that X has a plan, the greater the effect it will have on one's perception of one's own mental health. By well entrenched and widespread, I mean that one thinks about X's plan for one's life in nearly all of one's activities (from getting married to driving across town).If my view is right, then you could fill in anything you'd like for X, including Santa Claus, or the USA, or the natural world. If that's so, then I guess it shouldn't be surprising that we'd _perceive_ ourselves as more mentally healthy if we have such an outlook on life, but the real question is whether we, taking the 3rd person perspective here, really want to call THAT a state of positive mental health.http://www.klonopinx.com
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