The Thin Blue Line Between Sadness & Depression

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700,000 Americans—roughly one in 470 of us—have lost their lives from COVID-19. In the interim, lockdowns left millions out of work, with millions more physically isolated from family and friends, and nearly everyone afraid for the lives and livelihoods of themselves and their loved ones.

We had a respite in June … for about six weeks. Then the Delta variant swept through, sending many of us back into what had started to feel like domestic dungeons.

In sum, people are feeling sick, tired, and sick and tired of feeling sick and tired. And even as the vaccinated reclaim their lives, some 48 million Americans—namely, children under 12—remain ineligible for inoculation, prolonging the paranoia for parents like me, as we watch our kids seemingly.

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