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Stress and sadness are common during the COVID-19 pandemic, a time especially difficult for children who may not have the ability to recognize these feelings and express them.
Grief is not an emotion anyone would say they experience with much comfort. It’s an overly familiar feeling for us in an era of pandemic, a new normal and constant change.
At the end of life, we honor those we love by saying our goodbyes. When we cannot be there in person to say those farewells, it can hurt more – adding shame to our sorrow.
Social distance can make loneliness worse, but bonds can be built even when contact is not possible. Advice on how to cope with disconnection.
Kids who were looking forward to proms, spring formals, birthday parties and other celebrations are experiencing the loss of memories that they had planned to create.
When your world is turned upside down, these ideas for relieving stress, keeping anxiety in check and just living our best can help.
Developing flexibility can help all of us cope with any crisis that might confront us, and knowing the traits that make up flexibility can benefit us.
Social isolation for the public good recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and government is challenging.
Dr. Sarah Flynn spells out how you can help young people who are worried about the coronavirus pandemic.
Stress happens to us all and COVID-19 stress is ongoing, but these instructions can help you calm down and cope with it.
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