“You don't always feel like singing, frankly, after you've seen someone being battered to bits.”
There’s a glaring omission from the discussion about why some “can’t quit” pandemic behaviors: the mental and emotional toll of the last year.
"The condition is debilitating even in its lightest forms," says Eva, 33. "If it only affected men we would have found a cure 20 years ago."
After a year on high alert, flooding your system with nerve-wracking entertainment may exacerbate problems in other areas of life.
Even I’m sick of my bullshit at this point. Could meditation, gratitude, and a little more smiling actually change my attitude?
If we met new people this year, it was probably on the internet. Here’s how to take your online friendship into real life.
I’ve been lucky to find so much balance I didn’t realize I was missing, but I can’t stop the return of “normal life.”
The process of making and eating food is taking on a lot of our distress, to the point that we're resenting it.
Claudia Crobatia, 36, says visualising how you'd like to die can help you feel mentally prepared and less anxious about death.