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COVID-19’s long-term impact on our emotional landscape

With more than 500,000 dead, the COVID-19 pandemic has created a nation touched by grief, compounded by the trauma of job loss, financial trouble, and everyday confusion, a mix that a Harvard psychologist said creates a complex and troubling picture of the country’s emotional landscape. Christy Denckla, a research fellow at the Stanley Center for… Read More »