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The shifting sands of COVID and our uncertain future has a name -- liminality

By Sarah Wayland, Senior Lecturer Social Work, University of New England
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During the pandemic, lots of us, myself included, are struggling to live in the “now”. That “now”, with all its uncertainty, doesn’t look like the life we used to live or the life we imagine we will return to.

That experience has a name — liminality.

Understanding liminality and its origins can provide ways to better understand the foggy, ambiguous space we currently inhabit.

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