During the pandemic, when our entire normal life was destroyed, most of us faced tremendous stress, for many it led to mental problems and depression. Although the extent of this issue is still unknown, since not so many people admit it. At a time when everything went online, the power of social networks like Instagram has grown exponentially, and so did our need to represent ourselves in the better light to the society through them, as we couldn't do it physically. This is how we found out that during the pandemic all our fellows have learned dozens of languages, gained hundreds of new skills, passed numerous online courses, spent the best time with their families and finally had a great rest. At the same time, we ourselves might have lost our jobs, got infected (or our beloved ones got infected or even passed away), experienced domestic violence, suffered panic attacks, prostration, fear, despair, suicidal thoughts or even attempts.