• June 1, 2021

Managing Re-Entry Anxiety

Managing Re-Entry Anxiety

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Managing Re-Entry Anxiety

Do you have a child that is feeling anxious about going back to school for in-person learning? Or perhaps you or someone you know feels uneasy about returning to the office after a year of teleworking? As vaccinations continue to roll out throughout the nation and as cities and states move toward full re-opening, many people are feeling what experts call “re-entry anxiety,” an uneasiness about returning to the practices, social interactions, and gatherings that existed prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to a recent report published by the American Psychological Association, nearly half of Americans (49%) feel uneasy resuming in-person interaction once the pandemic ends. Re-entry anxiety is a common feeling and LA County Library has compiled resources to help you and your loved ones cope with the change.


While this is not an exhaustive list, we are here to help you find resources that can help you and your loved ones manage re-entry anxiety and improve your well-being.

Interested in becoming a library cardholder? Visit our Library Cards page to learn how you can sign up for a physical or digital library card today.

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