Published on 29th December, 2020 by Dr. Sanveen Kang
Let's talk about change and setting ourselves up for success this upcoming year! 2020 has been a difficult year and there is much hope for 2021 to better. To some degree, there are hopes that we will be able to make up for lost time in 2021. However, the fight against Covid is not over. We will be transitioning into another year of change and adjustment. The article attempts to identify potential frustrations that may arise and how to navigate them.
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