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Carolyn Thompson and her son, Arthur, 2, keep busy during the quarantine by doing crafts together.

ELKHART — Carolyn Thompson, of Elkhart, knows how to cope with her questionable mental health during the quarantine. Suffering from a slew of issues ranging from anxiety to attention deficit to sleep disorders, she’s learned skills that are allowing her to live her best life within the comfort of her own home during the quarantine.

“Even if your schedule hasn’t changed much, it’s still more difficult knowing you have to stay inside and do nothing,” she said. “There’s something unsettling about it and that’s just our human nature.”

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