The Pandemic Stress Hack That Just Might Keep You Going

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I was on a Zoom call recently (which is how all stories start now, right?) where energy was low, and cameras were off (which is how all Zoom calls are now, right?). The topic of the call was pandemic stress and how folks are managing it. The facilitator switched slides and read aloud the…

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Mother. Social Work Educator. Therapist. Trauma-Informed. @drjenniferaking

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Jennifer A. King

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Mother. Social Work Educator. Therapist. Trauma-Informed. @drjenniferaking

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