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What COVID-19 Has Taught Me About Mental Health Recovery

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Quarantine has been pretty detrimental to my mental health to say the least. For the last year, I’ve been working. That doesn’t sound like much, but for me, that’s huge.

Just months prior to starting that job, my mental health was in the worst shape it had ever been in. My mental health was in such a bad place that it frequently took a toll on my overall physical health: constant stomach trouble, fatigue, heart palpitations, weight loss, etc.

My point being, I didn’t think I’d ever be “functioning.” I didn’t believe I was capable of living a “normal” life. I have both generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) and severe social anxiety and depression.

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