Tell us: are you anxious about the end of lockdown?

Guardian community team
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<span>Photograph: Dmytro Sidashev/Alamy</span>
Photograph: Dmytro Sidashev/Alamy

With the government’s roadmap for unlocking England in place, the stage has been set for restrictions to ease and things to gradually return to ‘normal’. From 29 March, outdoor gatherings of up to six people, or two households if this is larger, will be able to meet in parks or gardens and 21 June is the prospective date on which all legal limits on mixing will be removed.

Though for many relaxing of restrictions is a cause for celebration, for others such a significant change could spark feelings of stress or anxiety.

Are you stressed or anxious about the prospect of lockdown ending and things returning to normal? Have you found yourself thriving in the pandemic and are therefore reluctant to return to activities or obligations you find challenging or stressful?

The Guardian is looking to speak to people who are anxious or uneasy about lockdown ending. What are your concerns for the coming weeks and months? Are you making a conscious effort to re-acclimatise to business as usual?

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