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How Are You Dealing With FOMO Right Now?

Staying inside to prevent the spread of the coronavirus doesn't necessarily mean that pesky feeling of missing out has been totally eradicated. We'd like to hear from you.

Posted on March 30, 2020, at 3:58 p.m. ET

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Even while many Americans practice social distancing and self-isolation, it seems like it's still difficult to completely escape FOMO. Are you peeved about not getting an invite to a virtual happy hour? Is one of your Instagram friends somehow still making you envious amid a global pandemic? Have feelings of loneliness increased for you as a result of self-isolation?

Whatever is causing your FOMO or loneliness — no problem is too trivial — we'd like to hear from you and see how you're coping. Please fill out this form to submit your responses.

Share your experiences with us. We may follow up with you to learn more about your story.

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