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Natasha Fatah
While we're taking care of our physical health in the midst of the covid19 pandemic, lots of people are also concerned about their mental health. Depression. Anxiety. Loneliness. Pscychologist gives us some tips on how to cope with coronavirus.
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Natasha Fatah Mar 28
Replying to @RobynUrback
Opinion by : COVID-19 could spark a mental-health tsunami
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Dr. Kathy Keating Mar 22
Well done Rehman! Great tips for this stressful time. Hope u & the UoM crew r staying well. I think another imp convo involves the psych stressors on front-line workers. I still see 1st responders in my office who were heavily impacted by the 03 Okanagan Firestorm.
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Dr. Kathy Keating Mar 22
These workers are stepping up to the plate when we need them. But it’s after the fact that has me concerned. I hope we will be able to support them through potential burnout, fatigue, trauma, etc. Let’s not forget about this piece!
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Jimmy K. Mar 22
It will get a LOT worse with 30% unemployment. Get America back to work!
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Dr. R. Abdulrehman Mar 22
It will get worse, I know. These tips are the tip of a set of skills we need to develop to cope. But they will help with psychological immunity. Wishing you well sir.
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Joann Mar 22
This is a good test run for all the people that want agenda 2030.
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sara b Mar 22
Has the CBC done any reporting on the situation in retirement homes? Do staff or residents have guidelines or enough equipment?
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Michael Mar 22
Thank you. So many social media posts of friends discuss these very issues 😢❤️
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Queens Fort Mar 22
Check this out after you put everyone at ease:
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