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Former monk Jay Shetty on managing coronavirus stress: ‘Celebrate the small things’

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Jay Shetty, a former monk turned social media star, joins TODAY with more advice on how to manage stress during the coronavirus outbreak. He says many people are judging themselves harshly for not being perfect and advises them to find ways to “celebrate the small things.” He also takes Hoda Kotb, Savannah Guthrie and TODAY viewers through a calming breathing exercise.