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Professional physically integrated dancer and chair user Lindy “Oji” Dannelley dances in her chair.
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“Morning Wiggles” Dance-Based Mental Health Movement Creates Small Moments of Joy Amid Global Pandemic

by Diversability
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Peace During A Pandemic

by Colleen Ann Maier
One of my mother's favorite flowers
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My Mother’s Gifts to Me

by Hazel Weiser
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What Trees Can Teach Us About Weathering Pandemics

by Amy Florian
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How To Take the Headache Out Of Communicating For Couples Working From Home

by Kathy Marcino
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The Much-Needed Human and Pet Connection

by Kristen Houghton
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Finding a Lifeline by Learning from One Another in the Midst of Uncertainty

by Jenna McCarron
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Pandemic impact: 7 Things Which May Change, Forever

by Eman Zweiry
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Being Mindful of the Second Pandemic

by Dr. David Walcott
Joseph N. Bell was an advocate of "creative indolence"--a life skill that could be an antidote to anxiety during a pandemic.
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We Can Do This

by Sherry Angel
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7 Ways to Improve Your Staffs Morale during the Pandemic

by Narendra Sharma
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WARNING: The long-term impact of stress during and after a pandemic

by Tom Meyers

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