Anxiety is the number one reason women seek therapy and the number two reason men seek therapy– and that’s in “normal” times. This time of lock-downs and kids doing school remotely from home is anything but normal. Add to these stresses the uncertainty of job stability and rising unemployment, and we have a recipe for sky high anxiety. Following are some resources that may be helpful:
Massachusetts General Hospital has compiled a guide to mental health resources by category: general mental health & coping; specific mental health conditions; for families and children; for healthcare providers; and mindfulness and other tools.
How to Cope with Anxiety and Loneliness in the Age of Coronavirus
15 Ways to Conquer Coronavirus Anxiety
7 Science-Based Strategies to Cope with Coronavirus Anxiety
Coronavirus Anxiety: Helpful Expert Tips and Resources from the Anxiety and Depression Association of America