We’re now about nine months into the pandemic, more than 200,000 people in the U.S. have died (the death toll around the world is already over a million). … but the pandemic isn’t our only problem. We’ve been dealing with many other additional ongoing stressors, including election stress, mass job loss, a strained health care system, civil unrest, a national reckoning with systemic racism and the ongoing debate on whether or not to kids should be attending school in person. It’s a lot to deal with — too much, even — and in many cases it’s resulting in what mental health experts call “crisis fatigue.”