New York Times - Mental health in age of Coronavirus

New York Times wants to know how the pandemic is affecting your mental health.

Some families are tightening their bond while others are left jobless and unable to pay bills. 

Tyler Norris, CEO of Well Being Trust quotes, "Every one-percentage-point increase in unemployment leads eventually to a 3.5 percent increase in opioid addiction, so the pandemic’s economic effects alone will exacerbate our drug and mental health problems down the road."

Read more in David Brooks recent write-up. 

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