Years down the road in (hopefully) post-pandemic times, history will write about our time in quarantine as something that would happen once in a lifetime. But, having lived and experienced it, how has mental health changed for some people? And, how will historians talk about it in the future?
The loneliness and isolation that came during the deepest parts of quarantine will stay rooted in a lot of our minds, and sometimes still is prevalent. This article defined the word languishing as feeling blah and out of sorts… have you experienced this in the past year and a half?