After 100+ days of lockdown, it's no wonder frustration is high as we've all felt desperate, a bit depressed and lonely. But now as lockdown begins to ease for some of us, what's happening as our 'we're all in this together' united society starts to fracture?
Psychotherapist Lucy Clyde and writer Becky Howard delve into the nation's mental health as we start to experience a personal choice pandemic. Whether you're still shielding, and nothing's changed or are back at work, have kids back at school, or are happily going down to the beach with the crowds, there are hundreds of new, different choices we all have to make every day.
With Covid-19 still looming over every part of our lives, it's no wonder we're emotional and confused - but what's behind all that appetite for public shaming that's everywhere? We get to the bottom of it!
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