By Dr. Terry Macaluso, Head of School
The only word I’ve heard more often than COVID-19 is “anxiety.” It’s starting to make me anxious!
Seriously, there is a great deal to be learned about the ways in which the experience of uncertainty has impacted us psychologically, socially, and emotionally. There are more than ample offerings from thinkers—some strong and some not—professors, and experts. Among the many pieces I’ve seen, I think this one has a simple, sane message that might be a useful reminder: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/13/well/mind/a-brain-hack-to-break-the-coronavirus-anxiety-cycle.html?action=click&module=RelatedLinks&pgtype=Article
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-Taken from the April 16, 2020 Community Briefing