COVID-19

Since quarantine began in March, many of us have been balancing working from home, child care, and distancing ourselves from many people we love. Often, this has meant that workspace, home and relaxing space, living space, work relationships, family relationships, and intimate relationships now exist together. This has blurred boundaries between work stress, home stress,…

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Are you feeling isolated? Stuck? Lonely? Out of sorts? You are not alone. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention updated a report on mental health and COVID-19 on July 1, 2020. This report shows that “Public health actions, such as social distancing, can make people feel isolated and lonely and can increase stress and…

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Grief Comes uninvited. Disrupts routines. Can be devastating. Snatches someone we love from us. Feels isolating and alone. Makes us vulnerable. COVID-19 Comes uninvited. Disrupts routines. Can be devastating. May snatch someone we love from us. Feels isolating and alone. Makes us vulnerable. This list of possible similarities could go on and on. Many of…

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As we discussed in our last post, we’re all adjusting to life as best as we can right now. In this month’s post, we’re going to explore why reflecting on your experiences can be a fantastic resource for mental health and how you can use it during and after quarantine. Writing down your thoughts can…

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