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It's okay to not feel okay -- Mental Health Minute

The problem of coping with a prolonged pandemic is experiencing a chronic stress event daily, says Sturgeon Bay Psychologist Dr. Dennis White.  It's okay to not feel okay.  Dr. White compares the pandemic impact to that of experiencing a close-call accident.

 

 

Dr. White recommends seeking out professional help if your normal or new coping methods are not working.  You can listen to Dr. White's entire Mental Health Minute below.

 

 

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