Comfort

It’s hard to find comfort these days when many coping mechanisms we used in the past aren’t ideal during a pandemic. Finding a new way to take comfort during this new normal is key in helping you cope through your experiences.

Before the pandemic we feared missing out on social plans and fun activities with friends and loved ones. Now, there seems to be a pressure to be doing even more.
We all have a lot of emotions during the pandemic and you aren’t alone in feeling those. While there might not be just one label for how you're feeling, discover some approaches to navigate this uncertain time.
Finding your footing in unpredictable environments isn’t easy. Read through some strategies on how to care for your mental health during these uncertain and challenging times.
Navigating your emotions during the pandemic is hard, but how do you help your kids? From physical distancing to a lack of schedule, it can be hard to know where to start.
Digital school is new for everyone—don’t feel alone. Find ways to help make your child’s adjustment to remote schooling easier and less stressful for the whole family.
While we can control the uncertainty right now, there are ways to find positivity and calmness in our lives. The Quarantine Challenge sends regular emails with tips, tools, and fresh perspectives on how you can respond to the pandemic.
The global crisis of COVID-19 has not only affected how we interact with one another, but greatly impacted sources of income and job security. Use these tips to help manage money stressors and the current state of the economy.
If you have been experiencing and dealing with racism amid coronavirus, check out the advice from therapists to help you through these stressful times.
Don’t have a place where you feel you can be heard and understood? The Black Mental Health Alliance has a trusted forum for culturally-competent mental health programs and services for Black and marginalized communities.
Depression can be common in older adults but it’s not a normal part of aging. Understand the signs, symptoms, and what to if you or a loved one are struggling with depression.
We are living in unpredictable times—from job security, financial worries, health concerns, or family wellbeing. It can be overwhelming to handle. Learn some key pointers from those who have been there.
Uncertainty feeds anxiety, and we certainly have more than enough to go around. It’s important to cope with your anxiety, not just get by, as high-levels of anxiety can increase stress and weaken immune-systems.
If work-life balance was already a gray area, it’s even more so during the pandemic where the two totally blur into one another. However, it’s still important to differentiate to prevent burnout.
If feeling particularly stressed due to coronavirus—you aren’t alone. Learn about steps you can take to help mitigate anxiety to help you and your family safe and well.
A free, and confidential support line service made up of volunteer psychiatrists to provide peer support for physician colleagues and American medical students as they navigate the COVID-19 epidemic.