Taking Care of Your Mental Health During COVID-19

Taking Care of Your Mental Health During COVID-19

FEELINGS OF FEAR, STRESS AND WORRY ARE NORMAL IN A CRISIS

The COVID-19 pandemic is new and unexpected. This situation can be unsettling and can cause a sense of loss of control. It is normal for people and communities to feel sad, stressed, confused, scared or worried. People may react in different ways. Some common feelings may include:

  • Fear of becoming ill or infected with COVID-19, or infecting others
  • A sense of being socially excluded or judged by others
  • Fear of being separated from loved ones due to isolation or physical distancing
  • Feelings of helplessness, boredom, loneliness and depression as a result of isolation or physical distancing
  • Fear of losing your job or not being able to work and struggling financially
  • Concern about your children’s education and wellbeing

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