What to do when it feels like your life is on hold

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    The coronavirus variants have brought new worries – and new restrictions. And in many ways, it feels like our lives are on hold. This prolonged period of living with uncertainty has put many people into a state of limbo, feeling like they are languishing.

    In their weekly conversation, psychologist Dan Gottlieb and WHYY’s Maiken Scott discuss this feeling, and how we can deal with it.

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