Put your hand on your heart: Tips on how to cope with negative emotions

Dr Mabel Yap (left) and Dr Tanya Tierney practising mindfulness at the Brahm Centre@Tampines. ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE
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SINGAPORE - The latest restrictions announced last week amid a surge in Covid-19 infections have left many people here feeling frustrated and low in spirits.

It is normal for people to feel angry, sad, worried or frustrated as they deal with stress caused by the pandemic - and a way to deal with such feelings is to practise mindfulness, say experts.

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