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Running Out Of “Surge Capacity" To Cope During The Pandemic

Dr Joel Low, Clinical Psychologist

02-Sep-20 14:30

Running Out Of “Surge Capacity" To Cope During The Pandemic

With the Recovery Movement Control Order extended until the end of the year, it offers some sense of certainty amidst a very uncertain present and future. But more than 6 months into the pandemic, how are we coping with the uncertainties and stresses in our lives? Are some of us reaching the limits of our "surge capacity"?

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