Sometimes we don’t realize how the past year of Covid-19 has affected us. We forge ahead, try to find distractions, do our best to accept the lack of normal routines and social contact. Then, something brings our condition to the surface.
We may realize we have been neglecting our health and physical surroundings. We might get emotional more easily. Perhaps anxiety and depression have taken root in us. We find we’re looking at life with reduced expectations. Or maybe we have grown accustomed to being alone and are reluctant to venture out again.
This report offers signs and suggestions for addressing the needs you or a loved one may be experiencing as we start into the second year of this virus.