“There’s going to be increased misbehavior, defiance, tantrums and blowing up,” said Jennifer Johnston-Jones, a child psychologist in Los Angeles. “After a natural disaster, you go back to normal. With this, there’s not going to be a back to normal.”
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If you can stay home to quarantine, you're very lucky. But that doesn't mean you're not also going crazy