As the world mourns the horrific losses associated with the pandemic, many of us feel alone with our personal grief. Our personal losses seem minor compared with the global devastation.
What’s more, “social distancing” has left many of us to suffer our losses in isolation. And yet, we owe it to ourselves to acknowledge and mourn our personal losses as we would at any other time.
Doing this will fortify us to tackle the challenges of our anticipated new normal lives – whenever and whatever they may be.Read more on psychologytoday.com