Hinterhaus Productions/Getty Images Experts say that some people may have trouble adjusting to a more normal life as the COVID-19 pandemic eases. “I am seeing this a lot,” Marna Brickman, LCSW-C, a psychotherapist at Guiding Therapy in Annapolis, Maryland, told Healthline. “I was born an extrovert, always have been,” Eileen Mell, a public relations specialist in Massachusetts, told Healthline. “Maybe we are all just more aware of how vulnerable we are now,” Beth Litchfield, LICSW, a social worker in Massachusetts who specializes in helping people cope with everyday life, told Healthline. “I don’t consider myself a risk-averse person,” Wilson told Healthline.
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