95 Ways Our Readers Are Coping With Anxiety Right Now

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    Abigail Yonker
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We’re only a few months into 2020, and it’s already been the worst/craziest/most stressful year of many of our lives (and, more importantly, one of the worst/craziest/most stressful years in modern history). The early months of the year brought with them a global pandemic spanning 166 countries—and as of this moment, Americans are being strongly urged (begged, honestly) to maintain “social distancing”: the act of self-isolating, staying inside one’s own home, and limiting contact with other humans to an absolute bare minimum.

Aside from the intense feelings of isolation this causes, the pandemic has also spread mass anxiety, fear, and stress (at best)—and, at worst, hysteria. While we can’t control what’s happening in the world or how others react to it, we CAN control our own corner of the globe and how…

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