As our various cities, states, regions, and nations start to reopen at full capacity, Rutgers University‘s Dr. Peter Economou not only expects us — as individuals and a collective society — to struggle to return to our pre-pandemic lives but he also thinks we probably shouldn’t aspire to recreate what was. “Everything’s always changing and so what we’re going to be returning to is a new moment and a new experience,” Economou, an associate professor of psychology, told FOX 5 NY. And that change, understandably, provokes anxiety, because we don’t know what this new moment means or what it might look like. To read the full story.