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Set boundaries with media, friends, and family

Setting boundaries with media, friends, and family can be extremely helpful right now. Because this is a collective trauma, it may seem like this is all anyone is talking about, which you may find helpful or harmful. My recommendation would be to evaluate your reactions to media exposure (watching the news, scrolling through social media) and to speaking with friends, loved ones, and colleagues. This self-evaluation can help to identify where your boundaries need to be, which may also take some trial and error to figure out (it won’t be perfect!). The goal is to set boundaries that work for you and support your well-being.

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