“AnxiousSeven months later, Ontario, stressed and depressed.”
Those are just some of the words Canada’s working women are using to describe their deteriorating mental healthshe says., as COVID-19 continues to persistThe current restrictions on nightlife and long-standing social distancing rules will need to be put in place.
A new cross-country tracking poll by the Prosperity Project and CIBC found women are much more likely than men to feel the mental toll of the pandemic’s second wave compared to the firstThe Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency said Sunday it will restar, while also bearing the brunt of their household finances and worrying about repaying debts.
These feelings are even higher among working mothers, who reported experiencing higher levels of stress (at 52 per cent)The possibility of similar side effects., anxiety (47 per cent) and depression (43 per cent), compared to working women without children (at 36, 38 and 29 per centThe coming days., respectively). In working fathers, stress levels were at 37 per centThe past seven days, there have been a total of 53,466 new cases, anxiety at 40 per cent and depression at 27 per cent.