Dr. Wilfred Van Gorp of the Center for Cognitive Assessment wrote an article for Psychology Today. One of the important lessons of the COVID-19 pandemic is that rituals matter quite a lot, and they can have a significant material effect on the way we process major life events, emotionally and psychologically.

Excerpt: Almost every ritual we celebrate has been seriously impacted by the social restrictions necessitated by COVID-19: births, deaths, weddings, parties, the Superbowl get-together, the Fourth of July, or the Kentucky Derby, even the first day of school or summer vacation.

Read the entire article here.

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