This drawer of the toolkit is collection of tips from our curators, simple things that we all can do each and everyday to help us with our mental health in the time of COVD-19. Try a few out for size, because just like clothing - in most cases one size does not fit most. Our own personalities will dictate what works for us, but we also encourage you to reach out of your comfort zone with some of these and try something new.....you never know what it may spawn in the way of a new beginning for you. Our curators quick links are great for getting more information on additional available resources.
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Tips For Everyone
Tip from all Curators: Understand Grief. Grief is often associated with death of a loved one but is also at play in our lives in times of crisis. Grief from other sources such as job loss and lifestyle changes are also key factors to mental health. More info
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Check out the My Anxiety Plan section.
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