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After a childhood steeped in depression and anxiety, Kaylie Rosen, 17, found happiness away at school — and then the pandemic sent her home. Kaylie Rosen was wrapping up a spring break internship in the field of her career dreams — pediatric physical therapy — and ready to return to boarding school in New Hampshire for the homestretch of her junior year. It was March, and the year-old was already looking forward to summer break and a grand trip — part-tourist, part-volunteer — that would take her from Thailand to Laos to Ethiopia, where she was to work with orphans in the Selamta Family Project. Now it's lots of Netflix and Hulu. But for Kaylie, the stakes are much higher than dashed college visits and canceled plane tickets. Instead, she worries that extended time back home on Long Island, New York with her parents — Lisa, a neuropsychologist, and Jeffrey, an orthopedic surgeon — brings her too close to the familiar demons of the illness she's known since she was 7, and keeps her too far from the support system she'd built for managing her symptoms.
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Get news and updates about mental health, addictions and the Mental Health First Aid community delivered to your inbox monthly. When our world changes quickly and suddenly because of things like COVID, it is common to experience changes in our thoughts, feelings and behaviors. Feelings of anxiety, fear or worry are typical in stressful situations. Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations, so you should not expect any specific reaction.