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COVID-19 legacy can be more than stress. Post-traumatic growth is real: Sandberg & Boissy

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Sheryl Sandberg and Dr. Adrienne Boissy

It finally feels like the United States is turning a corner on COVID-19. Vaccines are widely available, new cases are dropping and restrictions are starting to lift. But we’re also realizing that we’ve barely begun to reckon with the emotional impact of this crisis. An estimated 5 million Americans have lost loved ones. Devastating new surges in Africa, India and Latin America are a constant reminder that the virus is still a threat.

And for many of us, the prospect of returning to “normal” is more daunting than exciting –  nearly half of Americans say they’re uncomfortable with the idea of going back to living life as they did before the pandemic. We’re weary of our present reality, but many of us are not energized for what comes next, either.  



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