Families again confined by coronavirus: emotionally exhausted

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September has not ended and the confined parents declare themselves devastated and psychologically exhausted, without the strength to face teleworking and “school at home” again. “They feel like they were in the worst months of the pandemic again, with the difference that the rest of the world continues with its routines, which is even more frustrating,” he says. Ana Asensio, Psychologist of Lives in Positive. These two speeds “are making a dent in many families, which have been forced to return to the starting point,” sums up Asensio.

Not only that. “It is a complicated moment for many reasons”, remarks José Ramón Ubieto Pardo, psychologist and professor of the Open University of Catalonia (UOC), who already … See More.

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