Kansas City Going Cray 2021

We've notice people behaving more erratically in public, local politicos seem out of sorts and certainly our social media "friends" have been whining about their mental state for more than a year. 

But now local mental instability is becoming more pronounced.

Check-it . . . 

"According to this year’s report by a community-based non-profit, Mental Health America, people struggling with anxiety increased in 2020 by 93% from 2019. For people with depression, it jumped by 62%."

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .

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