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CENTERING YOURSELF: A guide to maintaining your mental health and warding off stress and anxiety in the age of coronavirus

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The novel coronavirus pandemic has caused a mental health crisis.
Many are struggling to adjust to the new normal and psychologists, mental health experts, and notable company executives, including the CEO of Alphabet, are brainstorming new strategies to help quell anxieties.
Younger generations of employees, like Gen Zers and millennials, are calling on their bosses to add more mental health benefits to help them cope. Some companies, like Starbucks and Target, have boosted these benefits to help workers deal with the crisis.
Business Insider has compiled a list of stories that can help you learn more about the mental health crisis during the pandemic, and also provide expert advice on dealing with anxiety.
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