Millions of cases of COVID-19 have emerged as of now and are still increasing. Extended lockdowns and social distancing have permeated into our lives. People have to face long hours of working from home. All of this has become the new normal, something that the entire world must grapple with. But in this new reality, there are growing numbers of cases of people feeling exhausted and demoralized. The news is not only full of an increasing number of coronavirus cases and deaths, but also with protests, terror attacks, wildfires, economic decline, and loss of human life in addition to the ones lost to the pandemic.
It is, therefore, no surprise that people are increasingly feeling stressed, anxious, burned out, and do not have a grip on how they feel any more. Psychologists call this feeling of constant tiredness, ‘crisis fatigue’.
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What is Crisis Fatigue
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