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With the current reality of quarantine and social distancing, people are understandably becoming agitated with the uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus. It’s not uncommon for many people around the world to feel out of control of their own future these days.
Unsurprisingly, this feeling is often associated with emotions of frustration, unfairness . . .