This is how you can deal with uncertainty during this lockdown

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Stressed woman (PHOTO: Getty Images)
Stressed woman (PHOTO: Getty Images)

Life has never felt more uncertain and many of us are confronted with things we never imagined. We're in lockdown in our homes. Schools, universities and businesses are closed, and the economy is teetering on the brink of collapse. We find ourselves feeling a bit more anxious than usual. Pandemic panic is a real thing and while a little anxiety is good for us, managing it is key.

 

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