By Kelly Fosness
Original Source: mininggazette.com
UPPER PENINSULA – The isolation brought on by social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic can be hard on anyone. But it may be especially tough for people in recovery from a substance use disorder.
Face-to-face support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) may be canceled to prevent the spread of the virus. And the isolation you may feel from social distancing can stoke feelings of loneliness, depression and anxiety. All these things can make it harder to…click here to continue reading