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8 in 10 Americans Say Positive Memories Have Been a ‘Lifeline’ During the Pandemic


In a new poll, 78% of Americans said that looking back on cherished events in their lives has helped comfort them during this stressful time of lockdowns.

By Herry Lawford, CC license

73% said they are reminiscing much more often these days, according to the survey of 2,000 American adults.

Respondents report telling an average of eight more personal stories each week than they did prior to the pandemic. 84% also have been sharing more photos with each other during this…



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