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Consider This from NPR
May 14, 2021
How To 'Human' Again: Advice For The Long Transition To Post-Pandemic Life
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The promise of post-pandemic life is exciting, but that doesn't mean it won't get awkward at times. We asked for your questions about how to navigate this new normal and we have some answers.
Dr. Lucy McBride
, a primary care physician, and public theologian
have both written about this transitional moment Americans are living in and have some advice.
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