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 . . .
From COVID-19 fatigue and isolation to loss of loved ones and social unrest, the last year has been tough on the well-being of many people. But Roxanne Pendleton with Truman Medical Center Behavioral Health says human beings are resilient and there are ways to cope and heal.