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So, you are at home for a few weeks either alone, or perhaps with others. What now?
Remember, there is no right way to feel. It is alright to be anxious, sad, afraid, irritated, excited, or all of these at various times throughout the day. Talk to those you trust.
Double check your thoughts. It can be easy to treat worries or ideas as if they are facts. Often they aren't. If a thought leads to feeling upset, run it through these lenses. Do I have evidence this is 100% true? Would I say this to a good friend? Is it helpful?
Your actions are something you have quite a bit of control over.
In short, be kind to yourself and those around you; minimize checking the news and social media; don't allow others to catastrophize around you; and of course follow the best-practice hygiene guidelines.
Forever In Motion - Home Fitness and Leisure Resource Guide (updated December 2020)
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