Humans are social beings so engaging in social distancing may take a toll on our mental health. So, learn how to cope with isolation during this time.
A lot of us have anxiety about coronavirus, but all of our emotions have a function. Learn what your anxiety and worry thoughts could be telling you.
It’s important for all Canadians to prepare for a coronavirus outbreak in their area. We need to prepare for the worst to do our part to reduce transmission.
Children are home from school and learning to manage social isolation on their own. Learn about keeping positive during a quarantine from Skye (10years old).
When anxiety becomes overwhelming it can turn into panic, and even though symptoms of a panic attack are very frightening, they’re not dangerous. Learning a few skills can help to not only manage the symptoms of a panic attack, but prevent them from occurring.
Caregivers are responsible for their children getting sufficient sleep. Read these effective sleep tips to help children and teenagers sleep better.
Breathing exercises can be very helpful tools to manage stress. Four stage breathing is a variation on box breathing. Learn how to practice here.
Practicing breathing exercises can help us to better manage our stress response. Learn the techniques and benefits of box breathing.
Coronavirus has refueled racism against Asian populations in Canada. But, regardless of where it originated, it is not an excuse to be racist.
When a public health emergency, like coronavirus, hits the news channels and starts to invade our social media feeds, it becomes a major topic of conversation. Children are not immune from directly or indirectly picking up on these anxieties. Make sure to talk to your children about Coronavirus to keep them informed.