Let’s face it- we are dealing with unusual times. Some people can deal with it; some have a harder time. Anxiety affects 18.1% of the population, almost 1 in 5 in the U.S. alone—maybe it’s even higher these days. And according to the WHO, depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide. It’s a good time to look into what to do if people around you, especially friends, are having a hard time.
How can you tell if a friend is depressed?
According to the ADAA...
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With fear escalating and most people having to stay under one roof together, it’s easy to let our emotions get the best of us. Little irritations can be amplified, and unless there is a way to release the stress, and intentionally direct energy in a positive way, too much togetherness can become hard to take.
In China, an MSN article quoting Lu Shijun, manager of a marriage registry in Dazhou, in the Sichuan Province, saying...
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