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By Steven Booth, Founder, Elevation Behavioral Health
When the coronavirus first emerged here in the U.S. emotions were high. Collectively, we felt a lot of anxiety and uncertainty around both the virus itself and our financial futures. Suddenly, with next to no warning, we were sent home to ride out the wave in hopes of flattening that infamous curve.
At first, it was such an unusual situation that it kind of felt like we were on an extended camping trip at home. We were buying cans of baked beans and hunkering down, glued to the
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