Suffering Quarantine Envy?

By Michelle Murillo, WTOP

Are you suffering from Quarantine Envy?

If you’re an essential worker, you may have found yourself feeling a little jealous seeing friends and family enjoying time together or getting projects done during quarantine while you’re busy working.

That feeling is perfectly normal, according to D.C.-area therapist Esther Boykin, CEO of Group Therapy Associates.

“I think if you are an essential worker, it’s hard to hard to watch other people cleaning out their closets or learning how to make sourdough bread and not feel a twinge of envy or resentment…more

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