Part I in a two-part series
By Helen Horvath
Photo, left: isolation during COVID-19 has increased stress, anxiety and depression (Creative Commons image via Bing)
July 29, 2020 (San Diego’s East County) – COVID-19 has substantially changed our world, along with our relationships. Isolation due to quarantine and lockdowns, stress over loss of a job or loved one, has further exacerbated mental health conditions ranging from depression to anxiety.