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That sense of 'meh' you might be feeling throughout this pandemic has its own set of risks. I speak about what it means to be 'languishing' and how you can overcome it in a world full of uncertainty.
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"Talking is easy. But communicating? That takes a little more effort."
It can be helpful to practice gratitude when you’re anxious about the future.
Languishing is apathy, a sense of restlessness or feeling unsettled or an overall lack of interest in life or the things that typically bring you joy.
Try a few and chances are you’ll learn something new about your partner — and grow your relationship in the process.
It will take time to overcome the trauma of the pandemic and its fallout, but there are healthy ways to mitigate painful symptoms.
The expectations and boundaries don't have to be different than if you lived in the same place.