For those who intensely miss crowds, going “back to normal” might be easier than for those who do not. | Taylor Hill/WireImage
We spoke to a psychologist about how to deal with post-Covid-19 worries.
It can be fun to fantasize about a Covid-free future. Gathering in large groups, finally vaccinated, partying and traveling and dining with strangers, completely safe.
But the reality might be a little nerve-wracking too.
What will being back in crowded concert halls and on college campuses be like? Will planes and public transportation feel gross forever? Will we never again feel comfortable shouting over people, food, and drinks in a dive bar?
For those who intensely miss crowds, going “back to normal” might be easier than for those who do not. According to Dr. Tamar Chansky, a Philadelphia-based licensed psychologist and anxiety therapist and founder
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