With vaccines widely available, cities around the U.S. are dropping, restrictions and focusing on getting back to normal for the summer. But for many, after more than a year in isolation, normal feels scary. So what do we do when our brains are craving more human interaction? Experts say we need to acknowledge our anxiety, and find the best coping skills to move forward. Here are some tips to help you ease back into life after the pandemic.
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