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Brian Amidon, a licensed clinical social worker with Upstate's Inclusive Health Services
Brian Amidon, a licensed clinical social worker with Upstate's Inclusive Health Services

Rates of loneliness may be rising; here are ways to cope

Taking breaks from news reports and taking care of your body and mind can help combat the loneliness that may develop if you are isolating yourself during the pandemic, says Brian Amidon, a licensed clinical social worker from Upstate's Inclusive Health Services. He makes the point that maintaining physical distance from friends and family should not mean staying away socially, and he talks about ways to stay connected.
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