The report follows innumerable anecdotes and several studies suggesting spikes in mental health problems among parents and caregivers during the pandemic.
Category: Anxiety and Stress
Fear, grief and boredom pervade the lives of those contending with the country’s severe outbreak. Their solace: family, friends and their own efforts to help others.
Some parents are opting to try, once again, the dangerous trek north to rejoin the children who were kept in the U.S. by the Trump administration.
Jonathan Frostick, an investment bank program manager, was still in the hospital when he went on LinkedIn and vowed to step away from work and spend more time with his family. Thousands of people responded.
The psychological toll on young people of months in isolation and great global suffering is becoming more clear after successive lockdowns.
There are ways to overcome a fear of needles. Here’s how.
Six travel workers, from a cruise ship crewmember in Manila to a tour bus driver in East Jerusalem, share how the prolonged shutdown has upended their lives.
Last year saw more women, but fewer men, take their own lives in Japan. For women there, the pressures of Covid-19 have been compounded.
More than 700 people have been keeping digital diaries as part of Pandemic Journaling Project. It may be the most complete record of our shifting moods in this isolating year.
Experts paint a grim picture of the struggle with lockdown isolation — a “mental health pandemic” that should be treated as seriously as containing the coronavirus.