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Let’s Talk About Broken Hearts on Valentine’s Day

Repeated lockdowns, isolation, financial uncertainty, lack of plans and social disconnection due to the COVID-19 pandemic have been quite an ordeal for us over the past year. Many people feel isolated in the reduced environments we’re living in. We have few external connections and worry about our health, finances and future. We’ve had to face all kinds of break-ups and separations that generate intense stress in the professional, marital, friend, social and medical spheres.

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Repeated lockdowns, isolation, financial uncertainty, lack of plans and social disconnection due to the COVID-19 pandemic have been quite an ordeal for us over the past year. Many people feel isolated in the reduced environments we’re living in. We have few external connections and worry about our health, finances and future. We’ve had to face all kinds of break-ups and separations that generate intense stress in the professional, marital, friend, social and medical spheres.

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