In these troubled times, it is more important than ever to take extra measures to focus on your personal well-being and to stay connected with family, friends, and neighbors, who may feel isolated and may miss the contact of those around them.
While it is important to maintain one's physical health, it's equally important to not be become emotionally overwhelmed. The U.S. Department of Veteran's Affairs has an excellent resource page:
https://www.ptsd.va.gov/covid/COVID_managing_stress.asp which offers many free and confidential support resources that are available in multiple languages. Keep in mind that older relatives and shut-in neighbors may occasionally need someone to shop for them or might even appreciate just a call to say hello.
Keeping Your Calm While Coping with COVID-19
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