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Living in a global pandemic for the last two years has created incredible uncertainty and anxiety for many people. There is a certain kind of exhaustion that a perpetual state of hypervigilance produces; never having fully resolved the stress we’ve carried in our bodies and minds throughout the past two years. This type . . .