Opinion

The anxiety of living in the U.S. today

The lengthy life for this writer is attributable, in part, to birth in the United States. In fact, there have been only two periods during my life when serious wonder arose by “the end” appearing imminent. The two periods were characterized by protracted migraine-like headaches, resulting from intense feelings of helplessness due to fear-engulfing stress and bone-chilling dread.

The first period occurred during . . .

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