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Today is national mental health day and the government is urging people to talk about their emotions during this pandemic. Let's face it, it has been a very trying year for everyone, and most of us wish it (the pandemic & year) was over already. Unfortunately it isn't, and we will have to keep on keeping on for a while longer; throw in the Holiday Season and winter, and there is enough to just want to burst into tears. This morning Dr. Brandi Eijsermans and myself recorded a podcast on the topic which we will share very soon, but here are some take-aways from what was said: It is okay to feel down and sad about how this year has been.

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