Quote Originally Posted by Kalina View Post
One of the things this whole pandemic-management-lockdown-business indirectly exposes is the disproportionate mental health issue we seem to have. This is completely generally speaking, but even going back to the first, relatively mild lockdown - why are so many people in our society just a few weeks of being cooped up with their nearest and dearest away from mental breakdown? Is it the pressure of wanting to emerge from this unscathed, economically, educationally, socially? I don't know. I really feel for Victorians right now, and I hope the mental health support will help people.
I've read this post a few times and don't quite understand what you mean. Are you saying that staying home for a few weeks was the straw that broke the camel's back and exposed mental health issues in a lot of people? or something else?