Uncertainty During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Corona Pendamic

During this time of uncertainty with the Coronavirus, Michael Dadson have had many conversations with people about how we can handle the uncertainty for ourselves and family. Here are some of my thoughts:

1) It’s NORMAL to feel anxious, everyone feels the uncertainty of the situation, you are not alone in feeling this way.

2) We can REDUCE feelings of powerlessness by seeing it as our job to help lower the curve. By isolating at home we are taking a powerful step in combating this disease.

3) HELP, rather than judge or blame. We all have a different response to stress.

4) Take advantage of the situation by DOING THINGS DIFFERENTLY. We can socialize through video calls, and offer business services on-line.

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“I have worked professionally caring for people for over 35 years. For over 20 years, I have been certified as a Registered Clinical Counsellor with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors.”