Has worry about the future ever stopped you from sleeping well? Has worry ever affected productivity in your day? Has worry ever altered your mood? Our human brains are tuned into knowing that life has many unknowns and challenges, and we naturally want to make sure “everything will be okay”. So, ridding ourselves completely of worry may never happen. The good news is there are techniques that you can adopt to help you stop worrying about the future.
It may be tough for your child to talk about scary events and circumstances that happen in the world, but encourage your child to reach out to individuals that they trust and love, especially you, when they feel upset or fearful. This helps your child release feelings before they expand out of proportion. It also helps to clear any misconceptions your child may have before it becomes full-blown fear.
As a therapist, I cannot help but reflect that during a pandemic, people who have already been experiencing mental health issues are more at risk of them becoming worse. This pandemic definitely will have repercussions for some time, so let’s look at some simple ways you can nourish your mental health during this time.
At Family Guidance and Therapy Center, we are here to support you with the issues that may have presented challenges for you during the pandemic. The purpose of this blog is to help marital couples love each other and maintain ahealthy relationship as we are navigating the new reality of pandemic. We are here to support you especially through these tough times.
Some of us flourish when life changes come our way, while some of us have difficulty adjusting. Know this one key thing, whether you like or hate change, it is normal either way—it is just “you.” We are all different. Accept that in yourself