Creating a New Normal

Like most of us, you and your family are spending much more time at home due to the "social distancing" practices that have been recommended. (Get the latest facts from the CDC here.) All this information about the coronavirus is helpful and necessary to protect our physical health. But, what is it doing to our mental health? If you're like me, you're feeling somewhat (or really) worried, anxious, unsure, bored, and maybe even a little tired of it all. These feelings are normal, at least for this kind of a situation. But, as we all know this "kind of a situation" is NOT what we're used to as normal. So, we're forced create a new "normal" for our current life circumstances. This can be challenging, but also fun. Below are a list of resources to help you manage your stress as well as help you talk with your children.

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