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4 Ways to Move Through Pandemic Exhaustion

Burnout, the Freeze Response, and How to Cope

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As I write this, we are more than thirteen months into pandemic life. Even as more and more people are getting vaccinated, and society is showing signs of opening back up, many of us feel more exhausted and more depleted now than we have from the start.




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Jennifer A. King

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