The mental health question might have been not seen as a significant one in the first days of the pandemic when sudden lockdown measures left many confused and disoriented. However, as weeks passed by, even those who initially brushed the danger off began feeling frightened and nervous. Add to that the never-ending anxiety over the changing job market, the possibility of unemployment or partial unemployment, and, first and foremost, a very real fear of losing a loved one – and you get a recipe for psychological problems. If you can identify with any of the above – you are probably not alone. Several worrying instances have been reported, which brought attention to people committing suicide, succumbing to alcohol and drugsRead more.