I hope you all are doing ok. It's been a long year, please take care of yourselves and those around you. Things will be better.
I have some mental health resources and personal anecdote below.
I've lost a number of friends and colleagues over the years, as well as someone closer to home a few months ago. While I'm unfortunately accustomed to seeing friends suffer from PTSD, this one hit me harder as he was a friend of the family, and whose kids shared a class with mine. I helped guide his wife and children through the month after his death, which I don't wish on anyone.
I hope that anyone in crisis can reach out for and receive professional help, but it's always better to start the process before it becomes a crisis. I've been down that path myself, and I'm glad I sought help when I did. Being open about your emotions and feelings is a strength which can help improve you and those around you.
You can find some resources below. If you are in crisis, please call the emergency number of your home country.
Canada Suicide Prevention Service - 1-833-456-4566
Kids Help Phone - 1-800-668-6868
Or seek a local resource
In the United States of America:
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-800-273-8255
Resources from NIMH, a mental health research agency
In the United Kingdom:
A list of resources can be accessed via Mind
For legal purposes, the above information is provided for personal reference only, and is not endorsement of the organizations. I am not a mental health professional.