Whenever something goes wrong, our mental health is the one which gets affected the most. The ongoing covid crisis in India is affecting our mental health too to a very high extent. India is going through a very bad phase right now. The second wave of covid hit the country really very bad. The entire healthcare ecosystem has surrendered against the rising numbers of covid cases across the country. With the complete collapsing of the healthcare ecosystem in the country, citizens are now compelled to fight the virus on their own. Amidst all these struggle, fight and survival situations going around, mental health is the one which is highly getting neglected. Besides the health related struggles, the job sector is also getting affected a lot. A large number of millennials lost their jobs last year and a similar situation is going to arise this year too. The good thing about this lockdown is that people are getting time to be with their families and to try their hands out on their long lost passions. Some of them managed to pull out and became successful in shifting their career from corporate jobs to running their own startups, businesses or freelancing. Covid Crisis And Productivity Growth: A growth focussing society prosper more. However, in terms of an Indian context, we are still very far from being a society following a growth mindset. This ongoing covid crisis followed by the lockdown and curfew have changed our life to a great extent. Remote working and working from homes are getting a lot of attention now. Even some companies are opting for a complete remote based work culture. Meetings are happening over online apps like Zoom or Meet. Offline meetings used to consume a lot of time earlier. Online meetings appeared as a revolutionary solution here. Now you can have a conversation with your investor staying in the valley just over the Internet. Besides all these technical developments, millennials are now getting enough time to be with their families which is like a blessing in disguise. There is no certainty about when covid will end but one thing is sure that this new adapted lifestyle is going to be there for long. It's more effective, flexible and definitely better from the mental health perspective. How covid is affecting mental health? One of the highly searched queries on google search right now is ‘how to overcome covid depression?’ Besides the patients, even the normal people staying inside their homes start facing depression related issues. People are fighting on different fronts. Career, academics, life along with the struggle to stay safe amidst this pandemic. Situation is tough now, so should we. Career: Career is the biggest struggle amidst this pandemic. Thousands of professionals have lost their jobs and most of them have nothing to support themselves in surviving. It's a very tough situation for them. However, some of them tried some offbeat career choices like content writing, digital marketing etc and became highly successful. But yes, the numbers are very low. Money is a crucial element in a middle class household. Most of the family decisions revolve around money. When monetary problems arise, it often leads towards depression related issues.