How 2020 Reshaped the Mental Health Conversation

It’s summer of 2019; your friends are dogging you for missing brunch once again because of your anxiety. You’ve tried explaining to them the reality of your mental health issues, that you’re not simply “being lazy,” but they don’t get it. They don’t understand that the thought of getting in the car, dealing with traffic, having to find a parking space, and being in a loud, crowded restaurant is crippling to you. One of them...