So, I don't want anything really, but to just be around people again? I feel like I've lost all my social skills during this pandemic. For context, I live with an immuno-compromised family member, and basically if they were to get COVID-19, that would be pretty scary and very life-threatening (they have a high chance of death), so everything I do out in public is basically thinking about what could happen to them in the back of my mind. The only strangers I've interacted with (in-person, closer than 5 feet) was a nurse and my physical therapist in almost a year (it will be a year in March). I'm just... idk, I want to cry but I can't because, I just feel really trapped and hollow at the moment. I don't know when this will end, but I'm just... really sad atm. It doesn't help that things in the group of 4 ppl that I'm living with have gotten pretty toxic. I had to move back in with my parents because of the pandemic, and that alone has me feeling so trapped. I just.. it's like there's really no feasible solution, and there's no one I can meet really, because of the at-risk family member. I definitely don't want to risk their life. sooo... this is basically just me being sad. I can't wait until this is over. I miss the normal stuff at this point, or even the annoying things, like the cashier who talks too much, or the old lady in line who talks about her grandkids with you. And I just am tired of feeling trapped. On a positive note , I have made a lot of internet friends, and I am keeping in touch with most of my close friends through text and stuff. Though, it isn't the same, and I'm so afraid that one day we may not even be friends anymore, cause like, it's been so long since we've actually been around each other. Anyone else feel the same?