The Pandemic Will Change Everything

Mon, 11 May 2020

Adversity. We all are facing it in one way or another as we try to adjust to the drastic disruption of our lifestyle and routines caused by the coronavirus pandemic. And many of the challenges and changes we are experiencing now will be with us when we begin to navigate “America 2.0.”

Johns Hopkins psychologist George Everly Jr., Ph.D., has spent much of the past 40 years helping people all over the world deal with the psychological impact of natural and man-made disasters. He offers five ways we can not only minimize the impact of adversity on our mental health but also turn it to our advantage.

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