Information Distancing

Posted March 27th, 2020

I don’t know about you, but my mental health is feeling particularly fragile right now. I’m nervous, anxious, worried, sad, mad, and at the same time realistic, hopeful and future-oriented. This is a hard space to navigate. Add in the all-out assault of information (and disinformation) on the news and social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) […]

Normalcy….When Nothing is Normal

Posted March 26th, 2020

I wake up every morning thinking nothing much until I realize it’s 7:30am and no kid is up and ready for school – oh wait, that’s right, there’s a pandemic happening. I’ve been struggling to keep things normal when nothing is normal. Some might say don’t bother, it isn’t possible. But for me, this is […]

Testing for COVID-19

Posted March 25th, 2020

Last week an acquaintance of mine woke up with a low grade fever, runny nose, and cough. He is a healthcare provider who works in a variety of settings and also with people of all ages. He became concerned that he could have been exposed to COVID-19 and may be symptomatic. He called his primary […]

Staying Active During The Coronavirus

Posted March 24th, 2020

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person. As more and more people are infected in the United States, you may feel that your life is being turned upside down. In order to help reduce the spread of infection, it is recommended that you keep your social distance, […]

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