Flu season is upon us and just because we’re battling one virus doesn’t mean we can ignore another. It’s more important than ever for you and your loved ones to get a flu vaccine.
The new school year is here and your students are facing another unusual year. Whether they are going in person or attending virtually, they are most likely facing a myriad of emotions. Excitement, nervousness, anxiety. The schools are doing everything possible to provide a safe learning experience but there are always unknowns. This can create mental health hurdles for your school age kids or teens. There are ways to help though. Here are a few tips on making the transition back to school a better experience.
With uncertainty comes stress. As you navigate 2020 and the pandemic, you may feel new stresses, worries, and anxiety. While these are perfectly normal considering the circumstances, there are ways to deal with these feelings in a healthy way. Fairview Range’s counselor, James Hooker, answers your questions.
It feels like with every passing hour there’s some new anxiety-inducing headline. While it’s smart to stay up-to-date on this unfolding pandemic, it’s also smart to remember your mental health. We’re all dealing with a new reality right now. With it comes stress, fear, and changes. These can degrade your health, too. That’s why it’s important to check in with yourself.