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NEW YORK — For eight months, parents have been balancing working from home and remote learning — all while managing a household.

Pandemic parenting requires an endless amount of patience and energy, and by now, many parents are running on fumes.

Parenting burnout is a real thing and licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Claire Nicogossian, author of “Mama, You are Enough,” offered some helpful ways to avoid it.