Northwestern Medicine: Languishing is the common lack of enthusiasm resulting of the pandemic

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A gamer plays with Rubik’s Magic Cube at the international game fair ‘SPIEL’ in Essen, Germany, Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017. Around 1100 exhibitors from around 50 nations attend the annual four-day game fair. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)

Northwestern Medicine licensed clinical social worker Mia Rusev joins John Williams to discuss languishing, a feeling of indifference 13 months into the COVID pandemic. She offers suggestions to keep the mind busy and motivated day-to-day, to prevent days from looking the same.

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