At the start of the Covid lockdown in 2020, I got a DM from someone who identified himself as a 25-year-old Indian man living with anxiety. While the rest of the world was moaning about social isolation and loneliness, his problem was the exact opposite: He was stressed about being cooped up at home with his family for weeks. He'd already had some intense arguments with them and wanted to know if I had any tips on how to survive this volatile situation.
I gave him the best advice I could think of: Find some space where you can get away from you family for an hour every day. But even as I typed my reply, I eye-rolled at how facetious it sounded.