How to Quiet the Inner Hypochondriac in the Era of Coronavirus

Woman in self isolation using smartphone by window

It's hard not to read every throat tickle and stuffy nose as a possible foreshadowing of COVID-19, but a recovering hypochondriac helps to walk us back and separate true symptoms, from phantom ones.

Deborah Lott, author of the New Book Don't Go Crazy Without Me and author of the Op-Ed in the Los Angeles Times titled I'm the Daughter of a Hypochondriac. I Know that Fear of COVID-19 Won't Make Us Safer discusses the mental health concerns associated with coronavirus.

Hear her interview with Jen Richer here:

Deborah Lott with Jen Richer

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