Survey responses suggest that mental health is at the center of how we view and evaluate our overall health today. It not only remained the most important element of our wellbeing after the arrival of COVID-19, it significantly grew in importance. On average, young people around the world rate their health a 6.9 out of 10. When we asked them why they rated their health the way they did, mental health most frequently came up as the deciding factor. If they were satisfied with their overall health, they had taken the time to get to know themselves better and take care of themselves. Those who are struggling with their overall health often attributed it to being anxious, depressed, or feeling a lack of purpose.