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Authored by Dr. Michelle Murray on April 20, 2021
Dear Dr. Michelle:

Some of my friends don’t believe in the vaccine. As a result, I feel like I am in a limbo when it comes to moving on to a new normal. How do I maneuver this situation?

Sincerely,

Kevin

Dear Kevin: 

Jaelyn Arndt sits down with Dr. Michelle K. Murray to answer your question via video this week! Dr. Michelle reminds us it is important to respect others' opinions regardless of how they feel about the COVID-19 vaccine. She also advises us to be mindful of large group settings by asking friends if they feel comfortable potentially exposing themselves to the virus. 

Check out the full conversation in the video below.


Every Tuesday,  Dr. Michelle K. Murray, CEO of Nexus Family Healing, answers questions on family relations and mental health. Submit Your Question.

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Submit Your Question on mental health and/or family relations to Dr. Michelle K. Murray.
 

Dr. Michelle Murray