Actively fighting the pandemic of the coronavirus is something we all have to do right now. One thing that you can do, which actually helps everyone, is to stay at home. Quarantine, social distancing, self-isolation - these are the words being repeated continuously to every single person on the planet right now.
It sounds hard, but what if you had to be in a hospital every day, working as a nurse who treats hundreds of infected people during her 24-hour shifts? By all means, that seems much harder, but do not neglect your mental health during this crisis. Here are some mindsets and practices you could try to embrace for the weeks and months that are ahead of you.
About the Author
Antonia is a sociologist and an anglicist by education, but a writer and a behavior enthusiast by inclination. If she's not writing, editing or reading, you can usually find her snuggling with her huge dog or being obsessed with a new true-crime podcast. She also has a (questionably) healthy appreciation for avocados and Seinfeld.
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