Most people will survive it even if a large percentage of the population gets it.
Panic is a reaction to fear. To lessen any panic you’re feeling, get the facts first.
Adversity introduces a person to him or herself and to those around them.
There is always good that comes out of bad even if we often forget it.
Use periods of isolation in a proactive way.
What we may be restricted from doing temporarily such as attending a daughter’s soccer game, we can make up with facetime, family time and togetherness.
Recent Day Starters:
- Staying Positive in Isolation
- "Pick-me-ups" for Being Confined to Home
- A Bucket List for Self-Isolation
- Resisting Coronavirus Scare Tactics
- Practice Compassion During Social Distancing
- Coping with Social Distancing
- How to Stop Fearing Coronavirus
- The Coronavirus is Serious, Panic is Optional
- Decision-making During the Coronavirus Crisis
- The Coronavirus as a Tool for Hate