Sleeping or sleeping well right now is hard– you’re not alone in that experience. Many people are having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep as many of us cope with our experiences during the pandemic. Improving your sleep routine is important to staying healthy and finding resiliency during these tough times.
Being mindful or centering your thoughts might seem like an unattainable task, but learning to calm racing thoughts can provide grounding during uncertain times and a sense of balance when managing mental health struggles.
Loss is never easy and grieving when common comforts aren’t available adds another layer of complexity. While everyone grieves differently, there are healthier ways to cope with loss and find light in the darkness.
Money is stressful no matter what’s going on, but it’s especially prevalent now when the world feels like it’s upside down. While everyone's situation is different, they all matter and we’re here to help you find insight into how to find your bearings.
Depression goes beyond just feeling unhappy or sad for a couple of days. Many people struggle with depression and even more so now, can be having a tough time dealing with their mental health while navigating through COVID-19.
Feeling anxious and stressed right now is totally normal. There’s a lot changing in the world and so much uncertainty about the future. But learning to focus on the now and practicing good coping mechanisms can help you reduce anxiety or stress during COVID-19.
COVID-19 has made it hard to connect and maintain support groups you might have relied on pre-pandemic. Finding ways to stay connected and have a positive outlook are important to maintaining your overall well- being.
It's not uncommon for people to feel disconnected as we continue to practice physical distancing and minimizing our social activities. Although we may not be seeing or spending time with our loved ones as we usually do, it's important to find ways to still connect to avoid feeling isolated.