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By Nate Jackson, Patriot Post, March 17, 2022

A drastic increase in anxiety and depression is itself worrisome, but we’re not without hope.

Be afraid of everyone around you. In a grossly simplified nutshell, that sums up the message adults have been giving to children over the last two years of COVID-19. Social distancing, quarantines, masking, and vaccination — not to mention harshly judging people who come to different conclusions — are all things forced upon kids who just want to see faces and play with their friends. No wonder there’s a drastic uptick in anxiety disorders in American children.

The bigger picture is that this increase began years before anyone heard the word “coronavirus,” and thus the blame doesn’t all lie with the pandemic. But one doctor called it a “crisis on top of a crisis.” …