How are you coping? For many people this may be a very difficult time. So what do you do to maintain your mental health during a crisis?
Although we are practicing physical social distancing, one of the first things we need to do more of is to connect with people through other means of communication. It keeps us connected even though we can’t be with people physically.
Second, we need to continue doing some of the things that we love in a modified form, i.e. dancing at home, exercising in a park or at home. .
Third, limit the amount of information that you take it in that brings your mood down, i.e. social media, news, TV.
Fourth, find other things/activities to do, i.e. card games, board games, video games, walk in the park, etc.
Lastly, get some things done that you’ve always wanted to do, i.e. finish that book, rearrange that room, learn a new skill, etc. .
Be Well! 🙏🏾❤️
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How are you holding up? Are you in the fear, learning, or growth zone? Do you find yourself going in and out of zones as you deal with what is happening across the globe today?
I think we are all struggling with our mindset during this time, but I want to encourage you to work to steer away from the fear zone. We tend to operate out of fear because we don’t have absolute control, but fear holds us back and can have, not only emotional & psychological effects, but also physiological effects – STRESS – which can break down the immune system.
During this time, we need to stay as healthy as possible, so let’s take a moment today to begin monitoring our mindset and stress levels. You ARE IN CONTROL of YOU! Who do you choose to be??? ~ all in love 😘❤️