There are at least three common sources that lead to exhaustion due to the constant stream of news and information. Here are ways to deal with them.
Parents can take a page from psychological research on trauma and recovery to help kids struggling with pandemic life.
Caitlin Johnstone suggests that you reject cliques and be your own revolution; attack the machine wherever you detect a weak point in its armor.
In Linda Rand’s latest Pandemic Diaries entry “In the Body,” she talks about how her thoughts and feelings regarding her body have changed over the years.
Do you have New Year’s resolutions for 2021? Chris Dupuy reflects on resolutions from previous years and how this year’s list has been shaped by the events of 2020.
Our COVID-19 fears need not consume us. It’s all about emotion. One medication-free technique uses your emotions to release stress and elevate your mood.
In Linda Rand’s next Pandemic Diaries column “Elu on Lill (Life Is a Flower),” she shares her thoughts about the holidays, masks and social distancing, and adapting.
John Michael continues his series Life Is a Sweet, Tender Bruise, reflecting on life and people encountered, he wants to know, during these times of COVID, are you lonely?
COVID-19 patients often lose their sense of smell and taste. Sniffing your morning coffee is not a perfect screening test—but it’s easy, available to us all, and free.