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12 Odd Emotions You May Experience During Social Isolation

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The Covid-19 crisis has led to lockdowns and social isolation. As a result, we may be experiencing different emotions or experiencing typical emotions in different ways.

Here are 12 odd emotions that people may feel in quarantine. Which have you experienced? 1. Groundhog Day Syndrome. This is derived from the Bill Murray movie, Groundhog Day, and refers to the sense that each day is just like every other day.

As a result, every day blurs together and we lose all sense of time (“What day of the week is it?). Normally, Groundhog Day Syndrome makes time fly by (read more about that here), but in the context of a lockdown with no known end date, we may alternate between feeling that the days are dragging by and that they are zooming by. 2.

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