Bucket lists are a popular way to live the life you want to the fullest so why not make one for COVID isolation.
- Accept the feeling of loss and even anger and let go of anxiety that makes close quarters isolation even tougher.
- Spend more time in the present – being close together does mean being closer in relationships. Cultivate periods of 100% presence with others not just being close by.
- Practice gratitude by thinking about those who have it worse and the simple joy of survival as an individual, family or group of people.
Fear, anger and anxiety fades when you focus on acquiring skills needed to endure and by letting go of the roadblocks to acceptance.
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