For over a year, we have been dealing with workplace and personal challenges caused by the pandemic, racial inequality, political divisions, etc. We are still in the process of adapting to a new life with physical restrictions, vaccination uncertainties, working from home, and living on unemployment benefits. All the above have increased the level of stress in American families. In a survey from American Psychological Association, 84% of adults reported feeling at least one emotion associated with prolonged stress. The most common were feelings of anxiety (47%), sadness (44%), and anger (39%). Additionally, 2 in 3 adults (67%) said the number of issues America is currently facing is overwhelming. Contact our team of professionals to assist your business with strategies to cope with this particular silent plague.