Resources, Mental Health
We're about a month into "stay-home" orders around the US, and I'm sure most of us are getting a bit antsy. We want things to return to normal, meanwhile we know that it will likely be a "new normal" that is yet to be determined. The uncertainty of this time in our lives can be stressful and upsetting. We also have to juggle new responsibilities - remembering to wear a face mask when we go grocery shopping, staying six feet away from others, keeping our kids occupied and learning. And in the midst of all that, we want to keep our lives as pleasant as possible.
Here's a video resource you might find helpful. It's from the Brain Injury Association - but anyone can benefit from these ideas. Go to their media page and strategies to manage during C-19 will pop up. Here's the link: