You’re not alone.

We’re asking Pittsburgh and its surrounding areas how it’s going — and people are answering honestly.

Here’s what they’re saying. Some of it might sound familiar.

using coping skills from therapy

How’s it going? 7 in 10 are finding positive ways to cope.

seeing my therapist when my mood fluctuates

Many in your community say that getting help makes all the difference.

limited interaction by choice

1 in 5 are saying their relationships aren’t good at all.

If you feel alone, you don’t have to deal with it by yourself.

We’re drowning. I’m drowning.

It’s normal to feel overwhelmed by everything going on.  

Sometimes it can help to just have someone who will listen to you.

sometimes my body hits a wall

7 in 10 said stress is getting in the way of life.

Talking to a professional or someone who cares can help.

may as well be alone

3 in 5 see something’s off with their relationships.

Talking to a professional can help you break the cycle.

showing up the best I can

How’s it going? 7 in 10 are finding positive ways to cope.

I only eat when I absolutely have to

Just 3 in 10 are saying they’re eating right.

Unhealthy eating habits can be a sign of a mental health condition — talking to a professional is the first step to getting better.

on and off, day to day

Nearly 4 in 10 are saying their mood isn’t great or terrible.

If you’re feeling stuck in that middle place, talking to someone you trust can help you break out.

Our community's answers

We went to Pittsburgh's Market Square and asked how it's going.

People answered honestly — and saw that they are not alone.