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Why People Turn to Puzzles for Stress Relief

For many, puzzling gives order to the chaos we feel right now

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Danielle Levanas is on a puzzle streak.

Thanks to social distancing, the creative arts therapist has been holed up at home in Los Angeles with her husband and toddler since March. Between working at home and spending time with family in the last couple of…




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