(Cynthia M. Bulik/ Psychology Today) — Since March 2020, we have been deprived of so many things: seeing family and friends, touch, travel, smiles, even toilet paper. We have missed reunions, weddings, graduations, and funerals.
Many of us are unemployed, underemployed, or burned out from added responsibilities. Collectively, we are anxious and depressed. Now, as we start to see glimmers of hope, the diet industry wants us to layer on some more punishment by depriving us of food! Just say no! (…)