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Adjusting to the New Normal – Purdue University

Life adjustments often come with a wide range of experiences and emotions. Sometimes that transition can feel smooth and other times that journey to the new …

Experts Say the ‘New Normal’ in 2025 Will Be Far More Tech …

18. feb. 2021 — “New technologies will greatly improve the quality of life, such as AI in health care. We will be able to scale up productivity to new heights …

Preparing for the new normal | Article – University of Pretoria

Preparing for the new normal | Article | University of Pretoria

Schools will be opening up and many will return to work. But it will not be a return to the world we knew. It will be a different world. A new normal.

UP Covid-19 Preparing for the new normal

The New Normal? – More in Common

The New Normal?

The New Normal? is a new 7-country report drawing from a survey of 14,000 people on the impacts of COVID-19 on trust, social cohesion, democracy and …

A 7-country comparative study on the impacts of COVID-19 on trust, social cohesion, democracy and expectations for an uncertain future.

Adjustment to a “New Normal:” Coping Flexibility and Mental …

Frontiers | Adjustment to a “New Normal:” Coping Flexibility and Mental Health Issues During the COVID-19 Pandemic

efter C Cheng · 2021 · Citeret af 39 — These findings shed light on the beneficial role of coping flexibility in adjusting to the “new normal” amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Introduction.

The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic is an unprecedented health crisis in terms of the scope of its impact on well-being. The sudden need to navigate this “new normal” has compromised the mental health of many people. Coping flexibility, defined as the astute deployment of coping strategies to meet specific situational demands, is proposed as an adaptive quality during this period of upheaval. The present study investigated the associations between coping flexibility and two common mental health problems: COVID-19 anxiety and depression. The respondents were 481 Hong Kong adults (41% men; mean age = 45.09) who took part in a population-based telephone survey conducted from April to May 2020. Self-report data were assessed with the Coping Flexibility Interview Schedule, COVID-19-Related Perception and Anxiety Scale, and Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale. Slightly more than half (52%) of the sample met the criteria for probable depression. Four types of COVID-19 anxiety were identified: anxiety over personal health, others’ reactions, societal health, and economic problems. The results consistently revealed coping flexibility to be inversely associated with depression and all four types of COVID-19 anxiety. More importantly, there was a significant interaction between perceived likelihood of COVID-19 infection and coping flexibility on COVID-19 anxiety over personal health. These findings shed light on the beneficial role of coping flexibility i…

Adjusting to the new normal: Is COVID-19 ever going to end?

Adjusting to the new normal: What you can expect

19. jan. 2022 — While the pandemic lingers, the new normal has emerged. … I’d love to catch up but want to respect your space.”

While the pandemic lingers, the new normal has emerged. Find out what you can expect — and 5 ways you adjust to the new normal.

New normal – Wikipedia

A new normal is a state to which an economy, society, etc. settles following a crisis, when this differs from the situation that prevailed prior to the …

Gearing Up for the ‘New Normal’ – The New York Times

Gearing Up for the ‘New Normal’ – The New York Times

16. apr. 2021 — In “The New Normal,” Dr. Jennifer Ashton explores the mental health repercussions of the pandemic and ways to rebuild our overall health.

In “The New Normal,” Dr. Jennifer Ashton explores the mental health repercussions of the pandemic and ways to rebuild our overall health.

Adapting to the culture of ‘new normal’: an emerging response …

efter JCG Corpuz · 2021 · Citeret af 73 — adapt, COVID-19, culture, new normal, public health … it is up to us to adapt to the challenges of current pandemic and similar crises, and whether we …

Coping with the new normal | FWD Life PH

3. Set a routine. You will also benefit from setting up a structure to your day—a new routine that incorporates time for yourself, for your loved ones, and for …

How to adapt to change and prioritize the things that truly matter

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