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Grief and COVID-19: Mourning Our Bygone Lives

“The pandemic has led to a series of losses, from our sense of safety to our social connections to our financial security. Psychologists point to ways we can heal.” (American Psychological Association)

Are You Experiencing Compassion Fatigue?

“As psychologists continue to help those suffering from the impact of COVID-19, they should watch for signs of their own distress or burnout.” (American Psychological Association)

Special Report: How Grief Shows Up In Your Body

“It’s surprising how physical grief can be. Your heart literally aches. A memory comes up that causes your stomach to clench or a chill to run down your spine. Some nights, your mind races, and your heart races along with it, your body so electrified with energy that you can barely sleep. Other nights, you’re so tired that you fall asleep right away. You wake up the next morning still feeling exhausted and spend most of the day in bed.” (WebMD)

Grief is in two parts. The first is loss. The second is the remaking of life. - Anne Roiphe