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“A lot of people are really being pushed to a threshold of their ability to cope because it’s been so constant over such an extended period of time.” – Dr. Jacqueline R. Bullis
During a global crisis like the coronavirus pandemic, it’s understandable that we would want to follow the news. We don’t know how long we will have to live with restrictions, how jobs and the economy will be impacted, or if we or our loved ones will be exposed to the virus. “Right now, there is a...
“With regard to the election, regardless of political affiliation, most people would agree that the 2020 presidential election is more divisive and hostile than any in recent memory.” – Dr. Jacqueline R. Bullis
“When uncertainty is high, it generates a lot of anxiety, which drives our brains to seek as much information as possible to feel more in control.” – Dr. Jacqueline Bullis
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