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As we edge closer to the end of 2020, it is only natural to not feel okay which is why a Twitter thread about how you are coping is going viral again.


Global (26 November 2020) – Alexis Rockley shared a thread on Twitter back in April this year when we were in the thick of the pandemic. The thread is going viral again as we get closer to the end of 2020.

For many, it has been a tough year and the ending of it could bring on feelings of failure. Alexis is a psychology-certified business coach and author. Using her skills, she has the ability to understand the complex feelings we all carry within us, now more than ever.

Her message is clear, we are not alone in these new and bizarre feelings! Take a look at the thread below and let it soak in. Then give yourself a break and go easy on your heart, as Alexis ends off, you won’t be on this rollercoaster forever.

Sources: Twitter
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