It may well feel unfortunate at this time, but so it goes. The list of psychiatric disorders savannah is possibly being treated for could be quite endless at this time. Indeed, the list could have grown longer now that those who always felt that they were stronger are now faced with uphill battles that they previously never imagined. It goes without saying that high levels of stress and anxiety, as well as newly diagnosed depression disorders have come to the fore now that COVID-19 insists on not leaving the room just yet.
Later on, once their patients have settled into their long-term therapy, psychiatrists may well reveal that the current pandemic has little or nothing to do with the diagnosed conditions or disorders. Indeed, it has often been found that such conditions or disorders have been lying dormant, just like the current virus. After memories of life-altering events have been suppressed for many years, it is bound to come out one way or another. It is usual that a current set of events could trigger those memories.
For instance, chauvinists have never quite understood how it comes to be that a mature to aged woman can now come forward and lay charges of rape and/or sexual abuse against the much older offender. And both men and women who claim to be straight or cisgender have never understood, let alone, accepted how it is that peers of similar age can come out of the proverbial closet and proclaim that they have a sexual preference for the same sex. And yet curiously, being gay or lesbian is accepted as being perfectly natural.
But gender dysphoria not so. Fortunately, the latter condition (or disorder?) can be treated positively just like any other.