It’s hard to believe that it was only March 11 when the World Health Organization pronounced the novel coronavirus to be a global pandemic. As we “shelter in place,” it can sometimes seem like the end of the world. But, even the most cynical of the world’s scientific and medical minds are saying that the current outbreak will eventually diminish. There is light at the end of the tunnel—it’s just that no one knows how long the current crisis will last . In situations like this, it’s natural to experience a wide variety of feelings—including anxiety, loneliness, and even boredom (for those of us “sheltering in place”). Host David B. Feldman interviews psychology Dr. Adam Dorsay about how to cope during the pandemic.