Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Terri Armstrong 15m
stories with our 4 month 45# puppy Momo
Reply Retweet Like
Emma Massey Apr 24
Join us for the webinar on Coping with uncertainty during the -19 pandemic
Reply Retweet Like
Sophia Strange Apr 29
Reply Retweet Like
The Shakespeare Company May 13
Isolating like a Bawsss! Text BARD to 20222 to donate $10 or $20
Reply Retweet Like
Miss lelgo May 16
Good evening beautiful people,how are you coping with this pandemic?I know we are currently going through difficult times amid it and the only thing that matters now is unity,we need to be united and fight this thing together,we are strong,we shall overcome💪
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Jade Elliott May 14
Whether you normally take photo's or not, you can take part in our wellbeing and coping study! To take part/more info:
Reply Retweet Like
Patience Nyange Apr 30
Call for help if you need it, and be ready to be helped! Set up structures that help you calm your mind, that make you happy, that help you stay sane. Reach out to your family and friends... ask them.. What can I do for you today? Be that friend.
Reply Retweet Like
Sanjeev Sockalingam May 22
See our recent updates to our resources for . New tools and supports for -
Reply Retweet Like
JC May 14
New YouTube content! Mental health tips & talk! Today’s topic: a strategy for coping with anxiety. Watch @
Reply Retweet Like
Sthlm Resilience Apr 23
In times of social distancing that can lead to isolation and loneliness, green spaces in cities are more important than ever: Ensuring nature access for the public should be a fundamental strategy of cities when coping with this crisis:
Reply Retweet Like
🇰🇪 May 16
Covid-19 will end maybe soon maybe later, the important thing is ensuring that you are physically and mentally fit when all this is over
Reply Retweet Like
MTO Shahmaghsoudi® May 9
Centre delivered 100 scrub caps sewn by M.T.O. volunteers to to aid in the fight against . The individually packaged caps also included a card with information about the and e-Course.
Reply Retweet Like
David Langham May 15
Never have I felt so , albeit in the ever-so-genteel ⁦
Reply Retweet Like
Amber Louise Elliott Apr 3
Is it a coping mechanism or is it just who I am? 💃
Reply Retweet Like
NUST May 28
– LIFE MUST GO ON! Let us attempt to answer some very logical and pertinent questions regarding lockdown & , and ascertain our heading in this time of eerie uncertainty and unwelcomed isolation.
Reply Retweet Like
Prabhleen Chahal,MD,FASGE,FACG Mar 30
COVID19 has tested the very core of our inner strength, our resilience, optimism and our ability to be stoic . Everyone is trying to cope in their own way . I can relate to lot of ideas suggested by in this thread started by
Reply Retweet Like
Medical News Today May 5
As the pandemic continues, many of us may be experiencing new anxiety. What, exactly, does anxiety feel like, and how does it affect the body and mind? We take a closer look as part of .
Reply Retweet Like
Anne Stagg 🦄🥰💖🌈 May 1
Today’s lunchtime livestream is about managing anxiety in real time when holding it together is necessary.
Reply Retweet Like
Ran Barzilay May 25
Risk and resilience factors are critical in determining how individuals are . Proud to update >1,000 took our follow up survey! Help us in the effort to study resilience and get your resilience profile at available now in Spanish & French
Reply Retweet Like
Sihaam Mumin May 2
During these uncertain and difficult times we should practice self care and self compassion. I went on a long walk yesterday and it felt amazinggg. What is one thing you did for YOURSELF last week or plan to do this week?? 📚🥘🏃‍♀️💤🍽💐
Reply Retweet Like