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Everyone feels anxious from time to time. Occasional anxiety is a normal reaction to uncertainty about what’s going to happen next, whether that’s in the next few minutes, days, or months.

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Has the Pandemic Robbed Us of a Shared Sense of Humanity?

Has the Pandemic Robbed Us of a Shared Sense of Humanity?

Listen to Dr. David H. Rosmarin explore the psychology behind aggression and polarization.
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