Mental health info to help with these strange times...
Guest Post by Doug Briscoe
Hi. Just about everyone I’ve talked to has said they’re concerned about the effect that COVID-19 will have on their mental health and that of their loved ones. I think a lot of people are dealing with mental health issues they were unaware of before the coronavirus pandemic, so it’s important to provide as much support to each other as we can.
For my part, I’m sending some information I’ve rounded up on a variety of mental health topics:
How to Talk to Your Kids about Coronavirus without Scaring Them https://redtri.com/what-to-say-to-kids-about-coronavirus/
Coronavirus and Autism: What You Need to Know https://www.angelsense.com/blog/coronavirus-and-autism/
How to Deal with Stress: 33 Tips That Work
Warning Signs of Depression in a Family Member https://www.rehabsolution.org/warning-signs-of-depression-in-a-family-member/
10 Ways To Help A Depressed Teen
10 Ways to Deal with Feelings of Isolation as a Home-based Employee http://wfmdepot.com/10-ways-to-deal-with-feelings-of-isolation-as-a-home-based-employee/
Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder
How to Overcome Agoraphobia: 5 Helpful Tips https://www.therecoveryvillage.com/mental-health/agoraphobia/related/how-to-overcome-agoraphobia/
My best, Doug