1) When are we going back to work?
2) When are we going back to school?
3) When will I ever get to see my friends?
4) When I'm I going to hang out with my loved ones?
It doesn't matter how old you are. Chances are you've asked some form of a "when are things going to get back to normal" question! To say that COVID19 has disrupted our lives is an understatement. Our level of stress is at an all-time high and many of us are suffering from heightened levels of anxiety and sadness.
Sadly, some of us have been impacted more than others, especially, women, people of color, low-income families, and children. So how do we cope? In this episode, I am joined by two young ladies who share their perspective on what they're doing to cope with this pandemic and the new normal of quarantine life.
Often times you hear about the pandemic's impact on young people but they're rarely given a voice to share how they really feel. This is our opportunity to give them that voice.
Hope you come away with a fresh perspective on how you too can stay positive and motivated during these trying times.
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