The Pandemic Is a ‘Mental Health Crisis’ for Parents

The New York Times | Jessica Grose

“Even therapy has been tainted a little in its ability to provide relief… How are we going to help grow and nurture them in this environment, when we’re not even nurturing ourselves?”

New research from the American Psychological Association shows that parents are experiencing greater levels of stress from the pandemic than non-parents. The New York Times has this and more research from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education, the University of Oregon RAPID-EC Survey, and other experts to show how the pandemic is affecting parents.

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