Today you could...
Practice adaptive coping techniques

If you've acknowledged you're feeling anxious, you can pivot to focus on empowering yourself through your own personal agency to adopt coping skills that are adaptive and work for you (every person is different). Adaptive coping refers to coping skills that are healthy, which assist the person towards positive functioning and increasing their well-being. Examples include: Exercise, especially yoga or breathing techniques, talking to a friend, or creating expressive art.

Guest tip from:
Lisa Henshaw, PhD, LCSW
Tiny tip
...while staying home.
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