Let’s face it: we are living in some pretty strange times right now. The world is on lockdown. Schools are closed, flights are grounded, public spaces are shut down, the economy is shaky, and there’s no toilet paper anywhere.

But the silver lining of isolation is that there's now plenty of time to reconnect with what’s important. Using this time to disconnect and regroup can be bearable, if not enjoyable.


1. Acknowledge that this is hard

Yes, things are hard right now. Yes, it’s scary to suddenly lose structure and be separated from our entire support network. But try not to panic. We are all going through this together. Not just in this country, but across the globe. Don't forget why we're doing this—it's for the greater good.

One day this will all be behind us because of what we're doing now.

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