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May 21, 2020

This is a guest blog by Michael Phillips Moskowitz. Michael is the CEO of AeBeZe Labs, a behavioral health company working in partnership with the U.S. Air Force. He previously served as the first entrepreneurship fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School, and the Global Chief Curator at eBay.  

Restless. Lonely. Bored and blue. We all feel either warped or weary after weeks of quarantine and social distancing. What’s more worrisome is that the secondary shocks of COVID-19—alienation, unemployment, and broader uncertainty—might yet trigger the most severe mental health crisis on record. Researchers warn that the pandemic could inflict long-lasting emotional trauma on an unprecedented global scale. What comes next, in terms of how we will live, function, cope and connect, is not yet clear.

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