Tag: Randi Rotwein-Pivnick anxiety

Surviving the New “Normal”

Randi Rotwein-Pivnick, M.A., LMFT The world is experiencing a state of much uncertainty and very few people’s lives (if any) are not being impacted in some negative way. The majority of us are being ‘forced’ to self-quarantine, in hopes of slowing the growth of COVID-19, and self-quarantine coupled with the increased concerns and anxiety from the unknown can create significant detrimental impact to us both physically and psychologically. Spending time in quarantine can take a serious mental toll, frequently leaving people feeling like they have no control over the situation, and at extreme, feeling like they have no control over their ... Read more