A Chance To Breathe...

OK. Here's the third episode! Like I said the last few weeks, we are all taking this so seriously (as we should be) and our lives are being consumed by COVID-19 and all it entails. We need laughs, we need warmth in our hearts - we need connection. John Krasinski deserves a great deal of praise for delivering all of us Some Good News...Episode 3


Can I Complain About Coronavirus? Why It Is Ok to Vent, Sometimes

With so much sadness and loss, some of us may feel selfish complaining about relative inconveniences. But we’re still creatures of habit, and change is hard.
In my guided journal this morning, I was directed to the classic story of the battle between two wolves. It is such a simple, yet powerful story. It is also one which is so relevant to what we are all going through today.

While we are all in this era of shelter-in-place, and many of us are adjusting to a new emotional and financial reality, and it feels like we have lost control over so much of our lives the question is this; which wolf will we feed? The one of fear, reaction and judgement? Or the one of compassion, generosity and compassion?

Feed the right wolf...

The COVID-19 pandemic is different from many crises in that it has affected all of us regardless of politics, economics, religion, age or nationality. This virus is a good reminder that humanity is vulnerable to what nature throws at us, and that we are all in this together.
I am an academic psychiatrist specializing in research and treatment of anxiety and stress. Believe me, you are not alone if you feel like complaining.

COVID-19 Has Affected Us If Not Infected Us

This pandemic has profoundly changed our way of living. Overnight, dining out, exercising at the gym or seeing friends in person became impossible for millions of Americans. Remote working, reduced work hours and income, and uncertainty are indeed stressful. Most of us are having to make important adjustments and quickly learn new skills, such as how to do virtual meetings or be motivated to work from home. Given we are creatures of habit, these adjustments can be hard.


The Power of ONE Caring Adult

Learn how we can teach ourselves top look at fear completely differently
Josh Shipp was a foster kid, class clown, a rebel without a clue, a trouble maker. He was written off, kicked out, and every adult’s worst nightmare. Until one caring adult changed everything. Learn from his wealth of experience of working teens, parents, and educators from every walk of life. This program is part inspirational “keep at it” and part practical seminar “here’s exactly what to do. He is a popular professional development speaker for teacher inservices across the world.

Learn more at: http://JoshShipp.com

 Feeling overwhelmed by it all? Perhaps you need some interaction or support? Please go to the links below to find on-line support and connection.
Loeta Consulting Group has no professional or personal relationship with any of the programs at the above links, links should not be considered an endorsement of the programs,
Time for a laugh!
Laughter is so important for all of us. Sure these are serious times, but that doesn't mean we can't share a good chuckle. Laughter is healthy and needed by all of us. So on that note, see any good memes lately? Share them with everyone; because who doesn't love a good laugh!!!
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