A faith perspective on good mental health during pandemic

 From canceled birthday parties to the closure of small businesses, the devastation of the pandemic shaped every aspect of life over the past year.
It especially worsened people’s mental health, as the world felt a collective grief for the thousands of lives lost and the dozens of missed events and opportunities.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 42% of people surveyed in 2020 reported feelings of anxiety or depression. In 2019, only 11% of adults experienced the same symptoms. The strai...

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