In these uncertain times, I know many folks are feeling anxiety about when their lives are going to get back to normal. There may be anxiety about finances, job security, housing, and so many other things essential to our daily lives. Hopefully, all of us are practicing “social distancing” now - for the sake of our community’s health. However, if you are sequestered alone, this can also lead to depression.
Remember during these times that you are NOT alone.
As COVID-19 (aka Corona Virus) has begun to spread throughout the U.S. and other countries, the World Health Organization has declared it a "pandemic", meaning a new disease, for which people do not have immunity, spreading around the world beyond expectations. Each country, including the U.S., and each state affected has issued guidelines as to how to prevent the spread of this new disease. Many states are closing schools and banning large public gatherings. Many public plac