COVID-19: Our Brains, Our Bodies, Our Trauma. Part 4.

Part 4: Stop Scrolling

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What day is it?

Seriously. Without looking at a calendar, or the lock screen on a phone, do you know, with 100% certainty, what day it is?

A few friends and I have been doing a weekly “vibe check” (staying connected!): a text-based exchange to check-in about how we’re feeling. That…

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Mother. Social Work Educator. Therapist. Trauma-Informed. @drjenniferaking

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