MyStrength partners with millions of healthcare companies worldwide and offers evidence-based models that are tailored to the individual for improving overall well-being, health, and resiliency. Recently, I received the Provider Connect Newsletter that offered a useful tip for managing COVID19 anxiety: A worry journal.
Before deciding that “journaling isn’t for me,” visit the link below and answer the questions about fears, concerns, and worries about the COVID19 pandemic. What do you have to lose?
As the pandemic crisis continues, many of our customers and clients are facing unprecedented worry. In these circumstances, it’s common for people to report short attention spans, exhaustion, and panicky or anxious thoughts. Many of us have realistic and invasive worries about shortages, family management, quarantine, finances, and more.
Sadly, we can’t erase these worries or solve global problems on our own. Still, we can offer tools to help those we serve to manage worries in productive ways. The simple act of taking pen to paper (or fingers to computer keys) can be a productive and freeing first step.
Begin the activity: https://app.mystrength.com/act/whats_changed_managing_worry_during_covid19/intro
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