Insecurity [noun]

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Home is the place where we lay our heads, our hearts, our insecurities, our fears, our aspirations, and our dreams.

The pandemic has seen soaring home prices and record housing insecurity.

Whether we are a little early on him, I mean, that would be the insecurity on my part.

While the positive variety is wonderful, the negative one is often associated with anxiety, insecurity, and depression.

Given the number of families that have lost jobs or income due to the pandemic, we’re going to see an increase in children who have experienced deprivation, insecurity and traumatic stress.

Children facing two or more stressors — food insecurity and housing instability often occur in tandem — are nine times as likely to experience developmental delays or poor health as children free of those pressures, Sheward says.

The pandemic has added layers to holiday loneliness and insecurity.

Holsether’s warning echoed a report on food insecurity from the United Nations in April.

This choice starkly underscores growing concern about increasing global food insecurity and the clear connections between hunger and conflict.

More than 70 percent of the families have lost some of their income and have experienced food insecurity.