Hi Brave Friends!
I am writing this to let you know that I am thinking of you all!
I am thinking of the parents that are trying to work from home and keep their kids busy and still learning.
I am thinking of you the person that is scared because if you aren't working there isn't a lot of money for all that you and your family need.
I am thinking of my sweet friends that aren't at school and missing their teachers and friends.
I am thinking of all those that are dealing with an illness and are scared of getting sick. I know how hard you are fighting to stay healthy.
I am thinking of all of you, and it makes my heart grow and ache all at the same time.
I want so badly for things to feel safe again and to regain a sense of security. When I step outside and feel the sun and hear the birds, I start to feel better. When I walk down my sidewalk and wave and smile at my neighbors or the cars passing, I realize I am not alone. The gentle breeze and warm spring sun center me, and with...
Hi Brave Friends,
Is your daughter starting to get more concerned and anxious about the news of the Corona Virus? Are you starting to feel more concerned and anxious yourself and having a hard time calming her worries and yours?
That totally makes sense especially when we hear the words Pandemic.
I have several coaching clients that are dealing with worry and teenage anxiety about the virus. They have expressed concerns about themselves getting sick, and worried about a grandparent or parent getting sick since they have heard that older adults are impacted more by the virus. They are getting information in bits and pieces and it may not all be accurate.
If you have someone that is sensitive and does a lot of "What if..." worrying this can be hard for them and for you!
Dr. Lisa Damour shared some wonderful tips in an article published on March 11th in the New York Times entitled 5 Ways to Help Teens Manage Anxiety About The Corona Virus
Dr. Damour's 5 tips are: