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Virtual interactions can be extremely hard on the brain.
The isolation and economic upheaval caused by the pandemic are already resulting in a sharp spike in people seeking mental health help.
The common expression "every dark cloud has a silver lining" means that even the worst events or situations can bring some good and positivity to our world.
You experience the loss of someone you cared about? The week after, you find out the company you work for is closing its doors? That’s a second loss. A loss that has occurred before you’ve been able to even begin to process the first. Compounded grief.
By now, we’re quite familiar with the benefit of “flattening the curve” in reference to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. But what about anxiety?
A few weeks ago, Molly wrote an article about why social isolation and loneliness are on the rise in the United States and how harmful they both can be. Then within days, an era of social distancing began in our country. Those sick with coronavirus disease (COVID-19) or exposed to the virus are in isolation and quarantine while the rest of us do our part by limiting our movement and staying home. -Article with Best Care EAP counselor Molly Hefner