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How to Deal With ‘Coronabrain’

A daily exercise to calm your anxious, distracted, and overwhelmed mind

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Your brain is like a dog. It can be trained. Most people just don’t know how.

Imagine a poorly trained dog. Whenever you take it for a walk, it pulls on its leash and barks at people. You haven’t established yourself as its leader, so it’s fearful and aggressive. You have no idea what it’s…




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