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Protect your mental health during and after the pandemic: be open with your emotions, practise mindfulness and remember it won’t last forever

Since the Covid-19 pandemic began, Savita Gupta has been mindful about protecting herself against excessive worry and anxiety. Months of being confined in her Singapore neighbourhood and not being able to see her friends and family, coupled with the panic she experienced over the growing number of infections, made her fearful about what lay ahead. “It was hard to accept that this was going to be our new reality for a long time to come,” says the speech and drama teacher. “I couldn’t go to the…

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