There’s a lot to deal with in the wake of COVID-19, from having to work remotely to canceling vacations, home-schooling kids, and minimizing outdoor social activities. As the pandemic persists and the need for self-isolation continues, individual mental issues such as anxiety are most likely a challenge in many homes. According to a survey, 56% of young adults in the US have reported anxiety or some form of depressive disorder due to the pandemic. Amid all these concerns, families will likely be spending more time together than usual. Here are four ways to keep your family healthy and sane during the pandemic.