Every era has its stressors. But our times can feel especially tumultuous. A 2017 American Psychological Association (APA) poll found that nearly two-thirds of Americans find that the future of the nation is a significant source of stress. And, according to a March 2018 national survey by the APA, more Americans feel anxious than they did in 2017. The nation’s anxiety score has increased five points since 2017. People worry about safety, health, paying bills, and politics. Depression scores are up, as well, according to the 2017 Gallup-Sharecare Wellbeing Index.