When to Worry about Worrying

“In this post-Covid world, there is no shortage of things to worry about. Social norms, the common good and the balance of community have changed or been lost. The political world is fractured, money is tight, and many of us feel marginalized or disenfranchised as we move through an ordinary day. As a result, we are oftentimes upset, disturbed and alarmed.

According to epidemiological reports, as many as one in four Americans could be diagnosed with . . .”


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