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Psychologists worry about mental health in first full COVID-19 winter

Psychologists are worried about the mental health toll of rising COVID-19 cases, tightening restrictions and shortening days, and that it could lead into what one expert called a “long, dark winter.”

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    What’s covid 19?

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    I just feel so isolated lol

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    I worry more about the homeless, displaced and hungry during this time rather than people living in warm homes. First world problems.

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    People are still going to gather for Christmas and 2 weeks after Christmas, Doug is going call people yahoos and close down gyms and restaurants because why not.

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