NYT: How to Set Pandemic Boundaries for Relatives

Dr. John Townsend

August 26, 2020

Dr. Townsend had the privilege of being interviewed for this informative and timely article by the New York Times.

Article Excerpt:

Be a conduit, not a lifeline

… “When you feel overwhelmed, Dr. Townsend recommends that you create a list of all of your responsibilities, and then identify what you alone can do and what can be outsourced. Ask a friend to share errands or shopping. Take turns venting.”

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