BC has announced that our efforts to physically distance from each other are working to flatten the COVID-19 curve and that the province can start a new kind of normal. But this can come with a lot of feelings of stress or anxiety when things still feel uncertain. Read below for some ways when “normal” might not feel so normal, and how to manage feelings of uncertainty as you find a new routine.
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